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WorldSkills Identity

The WorldSkills logo was designed by Teaho Yang, a graphic design student at Mokwon University in Korea. His design was chosen by the WorldSkills General Assembly in June 2000 from entries received from a global student design competition.

The design shows a hand, as expressed by five strong lines of colour representing the youth of all the countries, reaching out for new skills.

The logotype has been designed to complement the symbol and is based on the competition finalist design from Kathrin Baldo and Andreas Alber of South Tyrol, Italy.

WorldSkills expressed in typed text:

The correct way to type WorldSkills in any text (in all applications), is one word in lower case with
upper case W and S.

The only exception to this is in the expression of the WorldSkills Calgary 2009 world wide web address, which is in all lower case, www.worldskills2009.com

The correct configuration when typing WorldSkills WorldSkills
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