Using Unmudl Logo and Logomark
Unmudl official logo can be used in releases, publications or on the Web, and can be found here.
The downloadable primary logos and logomarks are located at the bottom of this page.
Colleges may use the Unmudl logo, photos or video after they receive approval. These requests are evaluated on a case-by-case basis and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generally acceptable uses of the Unmudl logo include: posting it on a colleges website, and promotional and conference materials that note project sponsorship.
If colleges download the Unmudl logo, photos or video, they acknowledge the Unmudl ownership (and its associated goodwill) and agree to maintain the quality of the materials at a level that meets or exceeds standards of quality and performance of similar materials previously offered by colleges and in compliance with applicable law.
The logo should not be used in college announcements.
Primary Logo & Logomark
U is for You, You are responsible for your learning. Our logo represents growth and moving forward.
Clear Space and Minimum Size
The logo should always be surrounded by a minimum area of space. A margin of clear space equivalent to the height of the arrow head in the logo, around the logo to create the invisible boundary of the area of isolation. The logomark has a clear space equal to height of arrow head too. These areas of separation are a minimum and should be increased wherever possible.
There are no predetermined sizes for the Unmudl logo. Scale and proportion should be determined by the available space, aesthetics, function and visibility. There is no preset maximum size for the logo. Minimum sizes are as shown here.
Downloadable Primary Logos and Logomarks
Click on the logo or logomark, right click and "save as" to download the file formats.
Specialty Use - Large format uses of the logo such as signs, banners, billboards, backdrops and the like must be approved in advance by the Marketing Manager. Also, the logomark (the “U”) can be used as a separate element as a Twitter icon, for example but only with the Marketing Manager’s approval.