Python Belgrade is a local community which hosts Python-related meetups, lectures, and other events.

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  • Client: Python Belgrade
  • Location: Belgrade, Serbia
  • Year: 2015
  • Type: Concept & visual development

Python Belgrade is a local community that hosts Python-related meetups, lectures, and other events. They welcome all those who want to stay informed or share their knowledge on Python-related topics.

This platform allows the Python community to get in touch with some of the most experienced Python developers from Balkan! Users can share their knowledge, ask questions, propose innovative solutions, learn about Python meetups that are held nearby, or simply find a shoulder to cry when they get stuck.

The designers set the identity around the snake, a Python programming language trademark logo, based on Mayan representations of snakes which very often represent only the head and perhaps a short length of tail. The structure of the snake representations the natural coiling/nesting of a snake as seen from the side on.

Followed by the color scheme and typography from the previously designed brand book, mandatory stationery has been created. Which includes business cards, flyers, pamphlets, stickers, posters and more.

The color scheme extends to the website, where we developed a clean layout that focuses on Python Belgrade meetups, events, and community. This structure gives the viewer an overview of all the necessary information including event calendar, signed speakers, ticket sale. On the same page you can also look for the most recent news.

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