Hi Dima Boulad , thank you for your message. As some fellows suggested, individualize each device with their own personality and including some concrete security best practice can help to boost the visual. I am thinking of keeping the hand-drawn style to maintain a playful tone, but I'm open to suggestions on this.
I did see some other contributions. Thrilled by the amount of creativity and especially by some powerful concepts on what is cybersecurity that definitely resonated with me but I didn't think about before.
I really like the 1st concept of Hacker as a mindset. It opens the possibilities for educating curious people to use their skills for the good. As the challenge brief says, hackers are not necessarily bad people. Maybe you can use some lighter colors so the visual doesn't come through as a dark or mysterious message, and gives a more positive vibe. Great job!
Hey Kyle, Nice idea of using the concept of layers in coding.
So this tells me that there are some layers in every code. Now my question is, which layers are the ones that can be discussed among non-technical people? What those high-level layers look like? Btw, I am Peruvian and I did dissect a frog in high school lol.
Best of luck!
PS: I would like to invite you to check my submission and provide your thoughts: https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/cybersecurity-visuals/review/keep-them-happy