About the Logo
The logo is rendered by the stylized letters “T” for Tam, “W” for Wing, “F” for Fan, “i” for Innovation, and “W” for Wing.
The logo mimics the impossible objects by M.C. Escher, thus modeling innovation.
The dot outside the impossible cuboid also depicts thinking out of the box.
About the Designer
Prof. T.H. Tse is well known for his logo designs for non-government organizations, such as the Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Physical Disabilities, the SAHK, Lohas Florist, Café Lohas, the Accessible IT Development Association (AIDA), the Jockey Club Arts Accessibility Service Centre, the CereCare Foundation, and Hong Kong Abilympics 2007. He also designed the logos of DeepChain and DeepTranslate, the 20th anniversary logo of the Equal Opportunities Commission, the logo of the Inclusive Organisations Recognition Scheme of the Labour and Welfare Bureau, the logo of the Best Practice Award of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, the 50th and 55th anniversary logos of SAHK, the 25th and 30th anniversary logos for the Hong Kong PHAB Association, and the 10th and 25th anniversary logos of Rehabilitation Alliance Hong Kong. He was also the designer of the logo of the IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security (QRS), the logo of the International Conference on Quality Software (QSIC), the logo of the International Workshop on Program Debugging (IWPD), the logo of the 22nd ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering (SIGSOFT 2014/FSE-22), the logo of the 19th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC 2012), and the 30th anniversary logo of IEEE Hong Kong Section Computer Society Chapter. Please refer to http://www.cs.hku.hk/~tse/logos.html for a portfolio of his graphic designs. Prof. Tse was awarded first prize for his logo design in the visions and missions retreat of The University of Hong Kong and a special prize for the open logo competition of the Hong Kong Computer Society. He served on the working group for the revamp of the main website of The University of Hong Kong, which was selected for the “best in class” award, the highest honour bestowed by the Interactive Media Council, New York, NY in 2013, a silver award by The Communicator Awards of the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts in 2014, and the university standard of excellence by WebAward 2014.

Prof. Tse is currently an honorary professor in computer science at The University of Hong Kong after retiring from his full professorship in July 2014.