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This topic has already been discussed throughout a huge PM network, but I figured it would be a great idea to get this out in the open and collaborate with the entire EVOKE network over the matter. Apparently there might be a "uniform"-type item coming out in the future, but how would everyone feel about this? Or what would you prefer?

Something like a Livestrong band that you could easily put on and wear, or possibly a bandanna that could double as an armband or something? Or maybe even a simply patch with the EVOKE lettering on it?

Ideas would be fantastic! Let's brainstorm this out. How cool would it be to just be walking around your city one day, and see someone with an EVOKE indentifier on? I would really feel like I was part of a secret network in the background of things.

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Comment by Cian Gregory Accuardi Shelley on March 5, 2010 at 1:41am
but isn't it supposed to be a secret organization?
heehee
i like the idea of a bandanna. ties it with the culture of grassroots movements for me.
a bandanna is also a useful tool as the boyscouts have shown the world (bandannas can be emergency medical equipment, flags, knots, masks, plugs you name it) and that embraces a spirit of functionality that i hope is present in this game.
Comment by Joanna Chaplin on March 5, 2010 at 2:38am
From a flavor standpoint, I like the idea of an EVOKE patch the best. Of course, in theory, we want something that stands out, that starts conversations and links others up.
Comment by David Dreshfield on March 5, 2010 at 8:30am
I like the Livestrong band and bandana ideas, personally. In addition to helping to promote chance encounters in cities and towns across the world, it would also help facilitate regional meet-ups for EVOKE agents who want to get together and discuss ideas amongst themselves. (Ideally, of course, you'd video record the conversation and put it up here for all our fellow agents to see.)
Comment by David Dreshfield on March 5, 2010 at 8:32am
Addendum: that is to say, it'd be easier for groups of nearby EVOKE agents to arrange a meeting if, when getting to the arranged location, the participants are all looking for a Livestrong band of a certain color or bandana/armband with a certain design on it.
Comment by Justine Roberts on March 5, 2010 at 8:39am
I'm a supporter of bracelets like the Livestrong bands. However, I do like the idea of bandannas. I think it would be neat to have certain colours for certain countries, or areas.
Comment by Bryan Carman on March 6, 2010 at 10:01pm
Great idea. Some members might not like branding themselves with a logo but others may welcome it. Maybe you have some design ideas to share?
Comment by Joanna Chaplin on March 11, 2010 at 2:06pm
That's a cool idea, Panamericana, but then you limit the ability to see it to people who own phones with video cameras in them. Mobile phones are almost ubiquitous, even in poorer countries. But the phones that can run Augmented reality tend to be the smartphones, like the iPhone, that are more expensive. This shouldn't be a club only rich people can join.

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