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This is a placeholder page for the official NASPA '''Branding guide''', which will describe the correct use of NASPA brand names, logos and other corporate design assets.  
 
This is a placeholder page for the official NASPA '''Branding guide''', which will describe the correct use of NASPA brand names, logos and other corporate design assets.  
  
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== Typography ==
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* Text accompanying the NASPA logo should match it typographically. Use Gill Sans (regular, italic, bold).
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* Body type in printed NASPA documents should be set in Adobe Garamond Pro, with headings in Gill Sans
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** If the use of a sanserif typeface in headings would lead to confusion among '1', 'l' and 'I', the use of Adobe Garamond Pro is permitted.
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== See also ==
 
* The NASPAWiki [[Style guide]] for guidance related specifically to textual issues.
 
* The NASPAWiki [[Style guide]] for guidance related specifically to textual issues.

Latest revision as of 10:47, 29 May 2015

This is a placeholder page for the official NASPA Branding guide, which will describe the correct use of NASPA brand names, logos and other corporate design assets.

Typography

  • Text accompanying the NASPA logo should match it typographically. Use Gill Sans (regular, italic, bold).
  • Body type in printed NASPA documents should be set in Adobe Garamond Pro, with headings in Gill Sans
    • If the use of a sanserif typeface in headings would lead to confusion among '1', 'l' and 'I', the use of Adobe Garamond Pro is permitted.

See also

  • The NASPAWiki Style guide for guidance related specifically to textual issues.