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  • www.derby.ac.uk/marketing

    Marketing and Communications Department

    Brand Bible

  • Intro Visual identityThe current visual identity for the University of Derby has been designed to reposition the brand to communicate a high quality, aspirational image to stakeholders.

    This guide covers how our proposition and new visual identity should be applied to the design, text and images we use for our printed and digital communications.

    Elements of our visual identityWithin the framework of these guidelines are the elements you need to articulate the University of Derby brand.

    The elements that make up our brand identity include the words we choose, type, colours, graphics and imagery we communicate with, as well as how we use the University of Derby logo. These are the key elements that help shape peoples perception of the University of Derby brand.

    Our brand comprises a number of elements that must be used in a consistent manner to give us a clear differentiation. These elements include: logo colours typefaces photography

    PropositionOur proposition has four main elements personal, quality, value and choice. These are reflected in our promise to our students education that is high quality and great value formoney, which offers you a choice and is delivered with the personal touch.

    High qualityWherever possible, our courses are accredited or endorsed by relevant professional bodies. We seek endorsement from professionals and employers from the sector to ensure our students study a course thats valued by employers.

    Value for moneyOur courses are affordable and reasonably priced. Where there are significant extra costs for a course for equipment or activities we build these into overall fees, so there wont be hidden extras later in the course.

    ChoiceWe have a range of courses that you can study as single honours or joint honours degrees. You can study full time, part time or online.

    A personal touchWere a small university compared to our big city neighbours and our students really like this. It means they make friends easily and their tutors and lecturers get to know them individually.

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  • Primary Principles

    University of Derby Brand Bible Brand Guidelines 2014

  • Logo There is one version of the University of Derby logo The standard logo

    For the vast majority of communications, the logo will be blue or black, although there are exceptions; most notably for University of Derby Online.

    Logo restrictions

    The University of Derby logo should never be reproduced by external parties. Master versions of each logo are available.

    Please ensure that the logo is never redrawn stretched or distorted used when the symbol and words are separated used at a size less than 35mm across printed at a resolution below 300 dpi used too close to anything else as it must follow the minimum clear space requirements.

    The standard logo

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  • Logovariants

    The logo should occur only once per single page piece. On a multipage piece, the logo would appear on the front and back cover.

    In such instances, the mono or University blue versions of the logotype should be used on a solid background with a minimum exclusion zone comprising the width of the hills icon surrounding the logo on all sides.

    Black colour reference:

    CMYK: 0 | 0 | 0 | 100 RGB: 0 | 0 | 0 Hex: #000000 Pantone: Black

    Blue colour reference:

    CMYK: 100 | 61 | 0 | 53 RGB: 0 | 52 | 103 Hex: #003467 Pantone: 295

    White colour reference:

    CMYK: 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 RGB: 255 | 255 | 255 Hex: #ffffff

    Exclusion Zone:

    Exclusion zone

    Part of

    This is used in association with our partnership organisations

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  • LogoExtension

    The logo for University of Derby Online is slightly different to the standard logo because of its distinct business and is the only logo that can appear in this manner.

    Rather than external parties attempting to recreate the logo and its various extensions, master logo files will be provided to ensure that the logos are always reproducedconsistently.

    Online colour reference: CMYK: 71 | 30 | 23 | 7 RGB: 72 | 139 | 164 Hex: #488BA4 Pantone: 549

    To find out more about the University of Derby Online brand please contact Lucy Foster, Marketing Officer, University of Derby Online Learning, email: [email protected] or call on 01332 592062

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  • Colours Core colours:Colour is a key tool for differentiating between colleges. The new palette has been developed to ensure that all colours reflect quality.

    University Blue

    CYMK: 100 | 61 | 0 | 53RGB: 0 | 52 | 103HEX: #003467PANTONE: 295

    College of Education

    CYMK: 15 | 100 | 75 | 10RGB: 190 | 29 | 61HEX: BE1432

    College of Health and Social Care

    CYMK: 64 | 28 | 0 | 0RGB: 88 | 155 | 212HEX: 609DD5

    College of Engineering and Technology

    CYMK: 0 | 15 | 100 | 5RGB: 244 | 201 | 0HEX: F7CD00

    College of Arts

    CYMK: 10 | 100 | 0 | 10RGB: 196 | 3 | 128HEX: C10075

    College of Life and Natural Sciences

    CYMK: 86 | 0 | 73 | 0RGB: 0 | 175 | 120HEX: 00A26A

    College of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences

    CYMK: 0 | 50 | 86 | 0RGB: 247 | 148 | 60HEX: F39330

    College of Business

    CYMK: 50 | 100 | 0 | 40RGB: 145 | 0 | 94HEX: 6A0E5A

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    College of Engineering and Technology

    CYMK: 0 | 2 | 0 | 78RGB: 92 | 91 | 94HEX: 5c5b5e

    A secondary colour can be used on heading and title text for the College of Engineering and Technology.

    Secondary colour for the College of Engineering and Technology

  • Colours Core colours:Colour is a key tool for differentiating between colleges and markets. The new palette has been developed to ensure that all colours reflect quality.

    Brand Guidelines 2014

    Online

    CYMK: 71 | 30 | 23 | 7RGB: 73 | 140 | 169HEX: #498CA9PANTONE: 549

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    Generic

    MarketPanel

    This is the colour combination for generic undergraduate communications. This is also the colour combination for non-specific collateral (such as signage).

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    Market panelThis is used to draw a distinction between our key markets and colleges.

    Our four main markets are undergraduate, postgraduate, corporate and online, and colours have been developed to ensure that the new visual identity system has a way of differentiating between these key markets.

    Where non-specific signage and literature requires a base colour, the University Blue should always be used, as illustrated in the examples shown throughout this guide.

    As highlighted in the Logo section of this guide, the logos for UDOL are more distinct, and they have been given their own coloured brand to reflect their increased autonomy as a separate business unit.

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  • MarketPanel

    Brand Guidelines 2014

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Engineering and Technology

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Education

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Arts

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Business

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Heath & Social Care

    www.derby.ac.uk

    College of Life and Natural Sciences

    Market panelThe market panel for all 7 colleges.

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    MarketPanel

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    Generic

    Key lineA3 - 1.5mmA4 - 1mmA5 - 0.5mmA6 - 0.5mm

    Font sizeA3 - 17ptA4 - 12ptA5 - 8.5ptA6 - 8.5pt

    Font centred verticallyThe text is aligned right to the same margin width as the logo oppositeSizeA3 - 19ptA4 - 14ptA5 - 10ptA6 - 9pt

    White transparent box 80% WhiteHeight of boxA3 - 32mmA4 - 23mA5 - 16mmA6 - 16mm

    Logo centred vertically(The logo width should never go below 35mm)WidthA3 - 69.5mmA4 - 50mmA5 - 35mmA6 - 35mm

    Identifier box heightA3 - 9mmA4 - 6.5mmA5 - 4mmA6 - 4mm

    Identifier box widthIf the text in the box is shorter than the width of the logo then the box should line up with the right edge of the logo (as above right). If the text in the box is longer than the logo, the box can extend and there should be a space at the the end of the text (as below right).

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    College of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences

    Space after textA3 - 7mmA4 - 5mmA5 - 4mmA6 - 3mm

    How to use the market panel.

    Margin on right of LogoA3 - 15mmA4 - 10mmA5 - 10mmA6 - 10mm

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  • Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

    3is logo stamp

    The 3is logo stamp represents the mission of the University of Derby.

    The 3is logo should occur only once per single page piece. On a multipage piece, the logo would appear on the front cover.

    The white logo should be placed over the image on the cover or if that is not appropriate the grey logo should be placed under the image on the right hand side, in line with the web address. Please see the Design Examples pages for reference. When the 3is logo is placed over an image it should be used at an 80% opacity and put at a -10 degree angle.

    The 3is logo should not be used any smaller than 20mmx20mm.

    Grey colour reference:

    CMYK: 0 | 0 | 0 | 40 RGB: 178 | 178 | 177 Hex: #B2B2B1

    White colour reference:

    CMYK: 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 RGB: 255 | 255 | 255 Hex: #ffffff

  • Typefaces Fonts

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  • Typefaces TypefacesThe typefaces selected to represent the University of Derby brand are Prelo Slab; a family of distinctive and highly-readable serif and slab serif fonts.

    Prelo SlabThe Prelo Slab typeface family is web safe and should be used throughout all offline and online communications. This will contribute to a seamless and cohesive identity across all channels within a highly fragmented media environment. Five fonts have been approved for use throughout all University of Derby communications.These are:

    Prelo Slab - Bold, Medium, Book, Light, Hairline.

    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

    Helvetica NeueVariations of these fonts and weights can be used throughout promotional communications at the discretion of the designer, although typically the Prelo Slab family should be used to highlight important information while the Helvetica Neue family should be used for standard communications. Helvetica Neue is the main corporate font that should be used throughout body copy in documents and stationery.

    These typefaces have been chosen as a result of comprehensive research with current, past and prospective students. They are intended to ensure that the University is perceived as being high quality and aspirational, but also personable and approachable.

    Helvetica Neue LT Pro - 45 light, 46 light italic, 55 roman, 56 roman italic, 75 bold,75 bold italic.

    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

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  • University Crest

    Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

  • UNIVERSITY of DERBYUniversity

    CrestIt can only be used: on University of Derby award certificates on University of Derby materials related to awards and the awards ceremonies, such as the commemorative brochures for the award ceremonies on official University of Derby merchandise on materials about formal, academic-related University occasions such as the installation of a new Chancellor or a meeting of the Court

    It cannot be used: by any organisations other than the University of Derby or the Students Union on any materials other than those listed above. The preferred version (full colour) should be used whenever possible.

    If it is being reproduced in black and white or is used as a design detail (such as a watermark), the black and white crest is acceptable.

    If it is being reproduced through engraving or embroidery, the simplified version should be used.

    When using the full colour and black and white versions of the crest, they must always be accompanied with the words University of Derby in Palatino font.

    Use of the crest by our official partners:Official University of Derby partners wishing to use the crest should refer to their partnership agreement for information and guidance.

    When using the crest, it cant: be redrawn or amended be stretched be used at a size less than 40mm across (except on official merchandise where this may not be possible) be used at a resolution below 300dpi be used too close to anything else there should be a gap of at least 3mm between the crest and anything else on the page.

    Preferred version of the crest

    Acceptable variations of the crest

    All black versionThese are the only acceptable versions of the crest

    Any requests to use the crest which do not fall within these guidelines must be approved by:June HughesRegistrarUniversity of DerbyPhone: 01332 591154Email: [email protected]

    UNIVERSITY of DERBY

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  • Photography

    Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

  • Photos PhotographyThe images we use in all communications are a key element of our visual identity and directly affect the readers perceptions of the University, its staff and students. Because photography comprises a vital element of our brand identity it is vital that photographs are taken by professional photographers and chosen with great care.

    All photography taken and used throughout University communications material should be carefully selected to mirror our University values and should reflect the principles of inspiration, innovation and impact within the corporate plan. Our photography should also support our corporate ambitions.

    We are an organisation with a strong people-focus which changes and enhances peoples lives - our photographs should reflect and celebrate this, capturing a real life feel. Our images should also capture the themes of aspiration, quality and ambition, with a modern forward-thinking outlook. They should be natural, authentic, light, fresh, active, engaging and generate positive, meaningful emotions.

    Student recruitment imageryA large proportion of photography is taken for the purposes of student recruitment. Photography aimed at student recruitment should reflect our core proposition to potential students. For example:

    students receiving a positive learning experience with a focus on the individual

    students benefiting from our focus on investment; showcasing our modern facilities

    students immersed in their education and activity that relates to their course, in particular field trips and off-site locations

    students immersed in real world learning and becoming work ready

    students benefiting from our unique location and great links with business, the community and the region

    mixed ages, genders and ethnicities to reflect the diversity of the student population.

    What you should consider when choosing images:

    consider the audience and the desired reaction you want to achieve

    if copy and imagery are to be used together, the images you use must support and complement the text

    choose images of people in the appropriate context such as in a student environment or staff role

    avoid images of large lecture theatres/spaces with no focal point. Instead select images of individuals and small groups engaging in activities that reflect the subject matter

    use clean, crisp and natural looking images that have a focal point

    choose images that capture action and interaction as these are more engaging

    be respectful of cultural issues, choosing images appropriate to your audience

    choose imagery that is most appropriate for the medium (eg social media, publication)

    if working on a project with multiple images, choose images that will complement one another and express variety and diversity

    always use images from our image library Alight.

    If the images available in Alight do not suit your purposes, please contact the photography team so that we can understand your project and run through the options available. This may involve a bespoke photo shoot which we will be happy to support for student recruitment purposes. Please see our Planning a Photoshoot guidelines (available late 2014).

    Case studiesCase studies are often used in our marketing communications. Please remember that individuals should be carefully selected with consent sought prior to the shoot. Locations should be appropriate and relevant to the context of the case study (again with permissions sought if required). Consideration should also be taken to lighting locations with good natural lighting should be selected where possible.

    Image treatmentCareful post production work by the in-house Photography Team ensures that all of the images supplied are on brand, and processed to the highest resolution levels for print purposes. Although Photoshop filters and treatments can be used to ensure that all images have a similar tone, the preference would be to achieve the desired effect through the photography without the necessity for revisions. Please note the Photography Team need to approve any treatments that alter our images in any way.

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  • Photos(cont)

    Image qualityFor printed communications you must use high resolution images that are at least 300dpi and over 1MB. Please select images from our photo library Alight and place these into a lightbox. This can then be shared with the Design Team when you brief in the work.

    For online communications or PowerPoint presentations you can use lower resolution images. Ideally, images for online use should be 72dpi and 150200KB. If you have access to Alight you will be able to download images of this size.

    Third party images We try to avoid using stock imagery. However we will occasionally use photographs that arent taken by our photographers. If you do use third party images, make sure you have written permission from the photographer to use the image. Also, you can only use the image for the agreed purpose. For example, if it has been purchased for a billboard advert, it must not be used on the website.

    If you commission freelance photographers for a project, upon receipt of the imagery you should pass these to the Photography Team so that the images can be added to Alight. Please see our Freelance Photographer Guidelines (available in early 2015).

    ConsentAlight contains approved University of Derby images which have been taken in line with our Photography Consent guidelines. Please refer to these guidelines when planning a photo shoot to ensure that you comply with regulations. It is the responsibility of the individuals booking the photo shoot to ensure consent requirements are met.

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  • Photos

    Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

    Good example of a formal case study shot. The individual is in the appropriate context, the wide angle lens captures the environment well and the addition of the natural lighting enhances the overall image.

    Diverse group of students immersed in their education.Wide angle view of busy facility showing student interaction and team work.The photograph is evenly lit and very colourful and shows a realistic scenario.

    Image with a clear focal point and perspective with great depth.

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    Practical activity captured in an exciting facility. Creative angle combined with low viewpoint secures the viewers attention.

    Showcasing new and cutting edge equipment. The focus of this image is on the machinery and object rather than the person. However the addition of the person adds greater context.

    When choosing images consider the impact that light and colour can make.

    The light on this image adds interest to the picture, depicting a fresh and modern environment.

    This is also a good example of a candid moment (where the subject is unaware of the camera) and can be useful to show different real life interactions, helping the audience to connect with the story.

  • Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

    Abstract images can often convey popular themes in a new and exciting way. They are often useful to create dynamisim and flow.

    Wide views of environments ideally need to have interest in the foreground, middle and background. Also look for images that have depth and good perspective.

    This simple lifestyle picture has plenty of space at the top of the image to allow scope for adding text over it.

  • Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

    A good example of a natural case study shot. Case studies do not have to feature individuals looking straight at the camera.

    A good example of mixed ethnicities, capturing the students in a relaxed atmosphere.

    A relaxed lecturer/student interaction, capturing our student-focused teaching ethos.

    Lively and colourful images attract the viewers attention; dont be afraid to experiment with your image selection.

  • Design Examples

    Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

  • Examples Brochure spreadsBrochure spreads should adopt the colour palette of the college.

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    Find out more at www.derby.ac.uk

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    Degree Show

    Flyer

    Leaflet

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    Where you will study: Kedleston Road

    UCAS code: ML93

    Entry requirements: You will usually need an appropriate undergraduate degree or equivalent qualication, a professional qualication or a signicant portfolio of work at an appropriate level.

    Duration and mode of study:Full time: 18 months, Part time: up to four years.

    Fees: Please refer to our website

    Start date: September and January.

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    Modules you will studyStage One NutritionforSportandExercise AdaptedPhysicalActivity StrengthandConditioning SportandExercisePsychology PhysicalActivityandHealth

    Stage Two NutritionforSportandExercise AdaptedPhysicalActivity StrengthandConditioning PhysicalActivityandHealth

    Stage Three NutritionforSportandExercise AdaptedPhysicalActivity StrengthandConditioning SportandExercisePsychology

    Module 0ptions Stage TwoYou will choose two of these optional modules: NutritionforSportandExercise AdaptedPhysicalActivity StrengthandConditioning SportandExercisePsychology PhysicalActivityandHealth

    Stage ThreeYou will choose three of these optional modules: PaediatricPhysicalActivity EliteSportDevelopment AppliedStrengthandConditioning AppliedSportPsychology BiomedicalImplicationsofExercise, Activity and Health

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    College of Heath & Social Care

    TOP 50The Guardian

    University Guide 2015TOP 50The Guardian

    University Guide 2015

    Order your personalised prospectus online: www.derby.ac.uk/prospectus

    If youd like this information in large print,

    braille or audio please contact:

    T: 01332 591044

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  • Examples

    Posters/Adverts

    www.derby.ac.uk

    Saturday 27 SeptemberSaturday 11 OctoberSaturday 22 November

    Tour our campus and facilities and meet our academics.

    Book your place now at www.derby.ac.uk

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    www.derby.ac.uk/international

    International Department

    Creating the next generation of engineersMake Derby your choice of study

    Innovate, Inspire and Impact

    Website: www.derby.ac.uk/international Email: [email protected] Telephone: +44 (0)1332 591 698

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  • Examples

    Brand Guidelines 2014University of Derby Brand Bible

    College of Arts

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    Department of Media and Performing Arts

    College of Arts

    www.derby.ac.uk/arts

    Dance FilmProduction MediaProduction MusicTechnologyandProduction Photography PopularMusicwithMusicTechnology/

    Production

    ProductionDesign TechnicalTheatre TheatreArts VisualEffectsandPost-Production YearZero

    Contact usT: +44 (0)1332 593302E: [email protected]

    Connect with uswww.facebook.com/derbyuniarts

    www.twitter.com/derbyuniarts

    Department of Engineering

    College of Engineering and Technology

    www.derby.ac.uk/engtech

    FoundationProgramme ArchitecturalCourses CivilandConstruction ElectricalandElectronic

    EventsTechnology MechanicalandManufacturing MotorsportandMotorcycle ProductDesign

    Contact usT: +44 (0)1332 593302E: [email protected]

    Connect with uswww.facebook.com/derbyunitech

    www.twitter.com/derbyunitech

    Sport, Outdoor and Exercise Science

    College of Life and Natural Sciences

    www.derby.ac.uk/science

    Great people, original thinking, inspiring individuals changing lives

    Occupational Therapy

    College of Health & Social Care

    www.derby.ac.uk/health

    Great people, original thinking, inspiring individuals changing lives

    Nomadic/Evolution Banners

    1m Pull Up Banners

  • Examples

    Compliment slips

    Whether youre starting out, moving up or starting again

    WERE READY WHEN YOU ARE

    With compliments

    Kedleston Road, Derby DE22 1GB T: +44 (0)1332 591983 E: [email protected] www.derby.ac.uk/online

    www.derby.ac.uk

    With Compliments

    Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1332 591039 F: +44 (0)1332 597735Marketing Department

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    Kedleston Road, Derby

    DE22 1GB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1332 591039

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    College Law, Humanities & Social Sciences

    Vice-Chancellor Professor John CoyneIncorporated in England as a charitable limited company

    Registration no 3079282

    www.derby.ac.uk

    Kedleston Road, Derby

    DE22 1GB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1332 591039

    F: +44 (0)1332 597735

    College of Arts

    Vice-Chancellor Professor John CoyneIncorporated in England as a charitable limited company

    Registration no 3079282

    www.derby.ac.uk

    Kedleston Road, Derby

    DE22 1GB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1332 591039

    F: +44 (0)1332 597735

    College of Education

    Vice-Chancellor Professor John CoyneIncorporated in England as a charitable limited company

    Registration no 3079282

    www.derby.ac.uk

    Kedleston Road, Derby

    DE22 1GB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1332 591039

    F: +44 (0)1332 597735

    College of Business

    Vice-Chancellor Professor John CoyneIncorporated in England as a charitable limited company

    Registration no 3079282Letterheads

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    With Compliments

    Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1332 591039 F: +44 (0)1332 597735College of Life & Natural Sciences

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    Jim Smith BA, MAGraphic Designer Design Studio

    University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB, UK

    Marketing Department

    M: +44 (0)7811 111111

    T: +44 (0)1332 590000

    E: [email protected]

    W: www.derby.ac.uk/marketing

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    Business Card

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  • VisualIdentity

    A brand conveying... A college at the centre of its community Bringing together two colleges Choice Excellence Progression

    For branding enquiries contact 01298 330321 www.blc.ac.uk

    Logos

    Logo must predominantly appear on white but if required it can appear as above on black.

    Weve defined an exclusion zone that prevents other graphic elements interfering with our college logo.

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  • These are suggested sizes at which to use the Buxton & Leek College logo

    SizesA3 23mm high

    A4 20mm high

    A5 17mm high

    Minimum Size 10mm high

    Colours

    Primary Colours Secondary Colours

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  • Typefaces FrutigerAdrian Frutiger was commissioned by the Charles De Gaulle Airport near Paris in the late 1960s to develop a typeface for airport signage. Instead of adapting his previously designed Univers family, he developed something new that would also go on to become a classic the Frutiger typeface. The new design was completed in 1975 and installed at the airport that same year.

    Frutiger Light, Light italic, Roman, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, Black, Black Italic.

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  • Team Derby

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  • Brand Guidelines 2014

    SERIOUS ABOUT SPORT

    SERIOUS ABOUT SPORT

    Est. 2009

    SERIOUS ABOUT SPORT

    Team Derby

    Logo

    The TEAMDERBY logo should be used on all sports related communications.

    The TEAMDERBY logo has an exclusion zone around it so that no type or image can encroach or be associated with the logo. This is indicated by the light grey square which is equal to the height of the capital T.

    For branding enquiries contact Ollie Shearer, Sports Development Manager on 01332 593096 and www.teamderby.com

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    Typefaces TypefacesThe typefaces selected to represent the University of Derby brand are Prelo Slab; a family of distinctive and highly-readable serif and slab serif fonts.

    Prelo SlabThe Prelo Slab typeface family is web safe and should be used throughout all offline and online communications. This will contribute to a seamless and cohesive identity across all channels within a highly fragmented media environment. Eight fonts have been approved for use throughout all University of Derby communications.These are:

    Prelo Slab - Bold, Medium, Book, Light, Hairline.

    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

    Helvetica NeueVariations of these fonts and weights can be used throughout promotional communications at the discretion of the designer, although typically the Prelo Slab family should be used to highlight important information whilst the Helvetica Neue family should be used for standard communications. Helvetica Neue is the main corporate font that should be used throughout body copy in documents and stationery.

    These typefaces have been chosen as a result of comprehensive research with current, past and prospective students. They are intended to ensure that the University is perceived as being high quality and aspirational, but also personable and approachable.

    Helvetica Neue LT Pro - 45 light, 46 light italic, 55 roman, 56 roman italic, 75 bold,75 bold italic.

    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

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  • Colours Team Derby colours:The Team Derby Blue is the same as the core University of Derby blue.

    Team Derby Blue

    CYMK: 100 | 61 | 0 | 53RGB: 0 | 52 | 103HEX: #003467PANTONE: 295

    Team Derby Orange

    CYMK: 0 | 66 | 91 | 0RGB: 237 | 112 | 35HEX: ED7023

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  • If you require further help or assistance please contact:

    Central MarketingDesign StudioUniversity of DerbyKedleston RoadDerbyDE22 1GB

    t: +44 (0)1332 [email protected]

    Version 1 AB 10/14

    www.derby.ac.uk/marketing