A Guide to UNA's Graphic Standards
As an institution approaching two centuries of tradition and accomplishment, there’s a lot of history at the University of North Alabama. So much, in fact, that it has become largely invisible to those closest to it. This new graphic identity is designed to trumpet that rich history to the newly acquainted and instill pride of belonging in those already a part of the University family.
These graphic standards are for your use as you develop materials on behalf of UNA. By projecting a consistent and authentic image, the updated graphic identity will help foster awareness of, and recognition for, the University. To be effective, these graphic tools must be used correctly and consistently. This manual sets forth standards for the University’s community of users. Close adherence to these standards will ensure consistency and facilitate smooth project development. If you require further direction on usage of the University’s graphic elements in production of your materials, please contact the Office of University Communications.
Logo Usage Guidelines
- Primary Logo
- Secondary Graphic & Logotype
- Floating Logo: Usage & Placement
- Anchored Logo: Usage & Placement
- Logo: You want to do what?
- Logo: Don't get too close to the lion
- Logo: Departmental Shirts
- Tagline Usage
Print & the Web
- Official Colors
- Letter Formatting
- Print Materials
- Banners & Signage: Can I get the logo bigger?
- The Web