Logo

Department Names

Only the logos shown on the Design Basics > Logo page of the Brand Center are approved logos. Individual centers and departments do not have their own logo. In situations where the center or department name needs to be seen with the logo, follow these guidelines:

1. Position the center/department name either to the right of the logo or under the logo in the size relationship shown below. The height of the initial capital letter of the department name (e.g., 'N' for Neuroscience) is half the height of the 'W' in Wake. Use this positioning and size as the close on print materials such as brochures and flyers.

   

2. Separate the center/department name from the logo. For example, use the name as part of a headline.


Examples


Business Card, Letterhead and Envelope

Business Card, Letterhead and Envelope

 

 

Back of Brochure

Back of Brochure

 

Specialty Item (Tote Bag)

Tote Bag

Back of Postcard

Back of Postcard

 

                  Flyer

                  Flyer

 

 

Banner

Banner

 

Note: All branded material must be approved by the Brand Champion before production. This service is free; please allow 48 hours for feedback.

Creative Communications is your Brand Champion 

Send questions and artwork for approval to: brandchampion@wakehealth.edu
General Inquiries:
creative@wakehealth.edu \ 336-716-4298  

 

 

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Quick Reference

E-mail
brandchampion
@wakehealth.edu

In order to maintain consistency as we build our brand, all branded communication materials must be forwarded to the Brand Champion at Creative Communications for review and approval before the final production is completed. This step assures that brand standards are upheld. Please allow 48 hours for approval.
  
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