TiTe logo satisfaction poll results

The logo poll results are here! Read the complete statement.
Updated: 14.02.2024 14:35

TiTe logo satisfaction poll results are here!


Responses to the satisfaction poll were collected over a week from 30.01.2024 to 06.02.2024

A total of 156 responses were received. This is currently 33% of all members (468).

The survey aimed to assess satisfaction with TiTe's current logo and willingness to change it.


The question "Are you satisfied with TiTe's current logo?" received the following responses:

I’m satisfied: 100 responses (64%)

Can’t say / Indifferent: 30 responses (19%)

I’m not satisfied: 26 responses (17%)

An absolute majority (64%) of respondents are satisfied with TiTe's current logo.


The question "Would you be open to changing TiTe's current logo?" received the following responses:

Yes: 70 responses (45%)

Yes, but only if: 37 responses (24%)

No: 49 responses (31%)

An absolute majority (69%) of respondents are in some way open to changing TiTe's current logo.


Respondents to the survey expressed a wide range of views in favor of and against the change. Below are the key points that emerged.


Thoughts of respondents open to changing the logo:

-The current logo does not represent information technology and lacks elements related to the field

-The current logo is not good

-The current logo is not modern


Thoughts of respondents opposed to changing the logo:

-The current logo represents history and tradition

-The current logo is good

-Changing the logo may involve potential costs (pins, badges, flags, pennants, textiles, etc.)


If the logo were to be changed, the majority of respondents believe it should:

-Honor traditions and the teekkari spirit

-Be a collaborative effort

-Clearly represent information technology

-Be nicer than the current one

-Be more modern


The guild's board considers that a significant portion of the membership has been consulted on the matter and that the results represent the opinions of the membership well. A decision to change the logo has not been made yet, but the board believes that the majority has given its consent to continue the investigation. Further updates will be provided soon.