1 size and proportion To ensure legibility, the Cumberland logo should never be reproduced at sizes smaller than one inch wide. (See Figure K.) The Cumberland logo s proportions should never be altered. Do not condense or extend the logo. (See Figures L and M.) Graphic Standards Manual Version 1.3 January 2014 GRAPHIC STANDARDS VERSION 1.2
2 2 introduction The Importance of Graphic Standards The way we identify ourselves in all types of communications is the way we tell the world who we are. Consistency creates an appropriate public image and says that Stony Brook University is well-founded, timeless, stable and trustworthy. To ensure that this consistency is conveyed appropriately and responsibly, all departments and facilities of Stony Brook University are expected to conform to the graphic standards set forth in this guide in ALL internal and external communications including print, electronic, apparel and signage. For more specific logo guidelines for apparel and promotional items, please visit stonybrook.edu/sb/toolkit/retailstyle.html to download our Retail Style Guide. The Stony Brook University logo is available in several orientation formats to accommodate your specific design needs. On the following pages are examples of the logo and usage guidelines. This document encompasses usage guidelines for the Stony Brook University logo. While these are official recommendations, this document will evolve Approvals and materials covered Master signature Signature formats Sub-branded signatures Sub-branded signatures Sub-branded signatures Other treatments Signature color Signature color applications Signature size Signature clearspace Unauthorized usage Unauthorized usage Unauthorized usage 17 Typography Please do not attempt to download images from this document. The official toolkit for downloadable images is available at stonybrook.edu/toolkit.
3 3 materials covered Approvals The Office of University Communications is available to review materials prior to production to ensure they reflect the image of the Stony Brook University brand. If you have questions about the acceptability of any materials you are producing, the department is glad to provide guidance on graphic standards policies. As a reference for your design and production needs, please refer to stonybrook.edu/toolkit. Everything produced as a communications tool whether internal or external for Stony Brook University is subject to graphic standards. The Stony Brook University logo must appear on all publications and promotional materials. This includes, but is not limited to: Advertising: Print and Online Apparel Audio-Visual Materials Brochures and Flyers Development Materials ID Badges Newsletters Print and Broadcast Advertisements Recruitment Materials Educational Materials Vehicles Specialty Products Stationery Items Promotional Items Websites
4 4 master signature master signature shield wordmark The basis of the Stony Brook University graphic identity is the logo. The logo is made up of two components: the shield and the wordmark. Within the shield are a star and multiple rays. The wordmark consists of the words Stony Brook University. The shield and wordmark elements should not be separated. It is only in rare pre- instances that these two elements shall appear unconnected. The master signature should never appear with any other mark or type treatment. See pages 14, 15 and 16 for more information on usage. The typeface used in the wordmark has been created using the typeface Century Schoolbook (CentSchbook BT Roman). Due to specific letter spacing, do not attempt to recreate the wordmark even if using the correct typeface. To ensure consistency in usage, use the electronic versions available, which can be downloaded at stonybrook.edu/toolkit No alterations should be made to the shield, wordmark or complete master signature. Always use electronic artwork.
5 5 signature formats The logo orientation formats shown at horizontal version left are the only logo formats. Approved sub-branded signatures are described on pages 6, 7 and 8 and can be requested from the Office of University Communications. stacked version Each of the orientation formats shown at left should conform to all of the rules and guidelines listed within this document. vertical version
6 6 sub-branded signatures The sub-branded logos appear on pages 6, 7 and 8. These are the only sub-branded logos. Any alteration, substitution or manipulation of these logos is prohibited. These logos are available upon request from the Office of University Communications. For areas that do not qualify for sub-branded logos, please see page 9 for other treatments.
7 7 sub-branded signatures The sub-branded logos appear on pages 6, 7 and 8. These are the only sub-branded logos. Any alteration, substitution or manipulation of these logos is prohibited. These logos are available upon request from the Office of University Communications. For areas that do not qualify for sub-branded logos, please see page 9 for other treatments.
8 8 sub-branded signatures The sub-branded logos appear on pages 6, 7 and 8. These are the only sub-branded logos. Any alteration, substitution or manipulation of these logos is prohibited. These logos are available upon request from the Office of University Communications. For areas that do not qualify for sub-branded logos, please see page 9 for other treatments.
9 TH E ORGAN IZAT ION NAM E H ERE 9 other treatments preferred Department Name Subhead copy here, beneath the department name. The name of a department, club, organization or program should appear as a separate element from the Stony Brook University logo. This is illustrated on the left in the preferred treatment (ex: the secondary name appears at the top of the brochure and is not a part of the Stony Brook University logo). stacked treatment In cases where there is no opportunity for the secondary name to appear separate from the Stony Brook University logo, a Stony Brook logo file with the secondary name properly positioned will be provided upon request by the Office of University Communications. See stacked treatment and circular treatment shown at left. Department Name To ensure that consistency is maintained, do not attempt to create a treatment on your own. circular treatment STONY BROOK
10 10 signature color The two primary colors used in the 2-color application Stony Brook University brand are Stony Brook red and black. Each color has been translated to 4-color, RGB, and Stony Brook red PMS 187 C: 5 M: 100 Y: 71 K: 22 R: 167 G: 25 B: 48 HEX: # HEX values and black for additional environments. Properly maintained and upheld, the consistent use of these specified colors reinforces the visual Stony Brook black Black C: 0 M: 0 Y: 0 K: 100 R: 35 G: 31 B: 32 HEX: # recognition of the Stony Brook brand in all forms of marketing collateral. Never alter these color values in any way, as they have been tested for printing. The Stony Brook University logo should never appear using any other colors than Stony Brook red, black or white. To ensure that the PANTONE Matching System (PMS) colors are reproduced correctly, please use the PANTONE swatch books when checking printed proofs.
11 11 signature color applications *2-color application Stony Brook red + black 1-color application Stony Brook red 1-color application Stony Brook black The two primary colors used in the Stony Brook University brand are Stony Brook red and black. Each color has been translated to 4-color, RGB, and HEX values and black for additional environments. Properly maintained and upheld, the consistent use of these specified colors reinforces the visual recognition of the Stony Brook brand in all forms of marketing collateral. Never alter these color values in any way, as they have been tested for printing. 1-color application white reversed The Stony Brook University logo should never appear using any other colors than Stony Brook red, black or white. red grayscale application The black and white logo variations should never be used when full color is an option. To ensure that the PANTONE Matching System (PMS) colors are reproduced 4-color application cmyk correctly, please use the PANTONE swatch books when checking printed proofs. * Preferred color application
12 12 shield minimum size horizontal minimum size.22" 1.54" signature size To ensure legibility, the Stony Brook University logo should never be reproduced at sizes smaller than the measurements shown at left. These are the absolute minimum widths necessary to ensure that the details within the shield are not compromised. stacked minimum size vertical minimum size.673".95" In all logo orientations at left, the minimum widths are determined based on the width of the shield. The shield must never be reproduced at a size smaller than.22" wide. Always print the logo at 300dpi using vector artwork to avoid pixilation. Using vector logos will allow you to print to any size.
13 13 1X signature clearspace preferred horizontal version X= The Stony Brook University logo requires a set ratio of clearspace around it to ensure that it is always distinct from other graphic elements. The clearspace is defined by the height of the letter B in the word Brook regardless of the size at which the logo is produced. 1X stacked version X= 1X vertical version X=
14 14 usage Serious about Safety Logo Integrity In order to maintain its integrity, the Stony Brook University logo must never be altered, distorted or adjusted in any way either digitally or photomechanically. The development and use of any other logo, mark and/or symbol is prohibited. The Stony Brook University logo may not be combined with any other feature including, but not limited to, other logos, words, graphics or symbols. The shape, size or proportions, nor the location of the logo s elements shall be modified or redrawn in any way. All downloaded versions of the logo must be scaled proportionately.
15 15 usage Logo Integrity In order to maintain its integrity, the Stony Brook University logo must never be altered, distorted or adjusted in any way either digitally or photomechanically. The development and use of any other logo, mark and/or symbol is prohibited. The Stony Brook University logo may not be altered by swapping the colors found in the wordmark, by assigning any new color, or by adding a shadow or border. The logo must not be tilted. Always print the logo at 300dpi using vector artwork to avoid pixilation. Using vector logos will allow you to print to any size.
16 16 usage Logo on backgrounds When using any colored background that is similar in color to the color of the type used in the logo, the letters of the logo may disappear, compromising the integrity of the brand. Avoid similar colored, dark or busy backgrounds that will reduce the visibility of the logo. Avoid placing the logo over the busiest part of an image. If this cannot be avoided given the particular image, select another that will allow the logo to maintain its presence. You may need to consider a different image or design altogether. Avoid high-contrast backgrounds that render the logo illegible. When placing the logo on a dark background, the 1-color white logo should be used.
17 17 primary typefaces secondary typefaces Century Expanded (The entire font family may be used: CenturyExpd BT Roman, CenturyExpd BT Italic, CenturyExpd BT Bold, CenturyExpd BT Bold Italic) ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Trade Gothic (The entire font family may be used: Trade Gothic LT Std Light, Trade Gothic LT Std Light Obl, Trade Gothic LT Std, Trade Gothic LT Std Obl, Trade Gothic LT Std Bold, Trade Gothic LT Std Bold Obl, Trade Gothic LT Std Bold 2, Trade Gothic LT Std Bold 2 Obl, Trade Gothic LT Std Cn, Trade Gothic LT Std Cn Obl, Trade Gothic LT Std Bold Cn, Trade Gothic LT Std Bold Cn Obl) ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Century Schoolbook (The entire font family may be used: CentSchbook BT Roman, CentSchbook BT Italic, CentSchbook BT Bold, CentSchbook BT Bold Italic, Century Schoolbook Pro, Century Schoolbook Pro Italic, Century Schoolbook Pro Bold, Century Schoolbook Pro Bold It) ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Century Old Style (The entire font family may be used: Century Old Style Std, Century Old Style Std Italic, Century Old Style Std Bold) ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Franklin Gothic (The entire font family may be used: ITC Franklin Gothic Std Book, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Book It, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Bk Cd, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Bk CdIt, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Dm Cd, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Dm CdIt, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Med, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Med It, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Demi, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Demi It, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Heavy, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Heavy It, ITC Franklin Gothic Std MedCd, ITC Franklin Gothic Std MedCdIt, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Bk Cp, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Bk CpIt, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Dm Cp, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Dm CpIt, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Bk XCp, ITC Franklin Gothic Std Dm XCp, Franklin Gothic Std Condensed, Franklin Gothic Std ExtraCond, Franklin Gothic Std No.2) ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Machine (Athletics font: ITC Machine Std) ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz typography The typography palette has been selected to establish and maintain consistency among the various and diverse marketing materials, program elements and design systems. To provide flexibility and complement the Stony Brook University logo, a complete font family has been selected for use. The wordmark has been created using the typeface Century Schoolbook. Both the primary and secondary typefaces may be used in headlines, body copy, captions, callouts or other various applications to create a visual contrast where appropriate.
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