CDT Ushers in 2016 with Big Changes
Written by Nuala O’Connor
I am thrilled to introduce you to CDT’s new logo and to announce our new D.C. office location.
First, our new look. This updated, “refreshed” logo is intended to convey consistency with our past and recent evolution. The curving waves symbolize progress and forward motion. Reverting back to CDT’s original logo color, blue, we seek to evoke the trust, integrity, and inclusion that is central to the organization. We are consistent with the founding principles of CDT, steadfastly protecting our digital rights through principled and pragmatic advocacy.
The new look will be reflected throughout our new D.C. home, located at 1401 K Street NW, where you’ll find us starting on February 1, 2016. Though we’ve loved our home on Farragut Square for nearly 20 years, we have outgrown the space and have long needed a more collaborative working environment. Stretching across the entire second floor with bright, natural light, exposed frames, and a lot of glass, our new office will radiate both figuratively and literally with new energy.
With a beautifully expansive lobby, an ever-present large conference room for convenings, and an outdoor space to be completed by late spring, we will have the room we need to create the safe, constructive environment that helps us welcome diverse perspectives to CDT and shape forward-looking technology policy.
I believe that the best is yet to come for CDT and for our digital future, and I believe this space will enhance CDT’s work in creating enduring solutions for the digital age. I hope you love the new look as much as I do, and I look forward to welcoming you to our new offices soon.
Please take note of our new address below, and also note that email, phone numbers, and extensions will remain the same (though our response times as we move may be delayed from noon Friday, January 29, through 8:00AM Monday, February 1).
Center for Democracy & Technology
1401 K St NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20005