Overview of division logo usage and individual office/unit names
All materials (printed and digital) for the division will carry the Research & Innovation identifier (logo). Individual office/program names will all use the same font: Myriad Pro Semibold Condensed. While this pertains to marketing and communications materials, effort will be made to carry this through to operational materials such as correspondence, documents and agendas.
Avoid the use of initials or acronyms when referring to your office/program—spell the words out whenever possible (ex. use Enterprise & Innovation, rather than E&I).
The only division unit name that will appear with the Block N is Research & Innovation (as shown in the logos below). Your office/program name will need to be separated from the division logo. Here are a few examples of this treatment:
An Environmental Health & Safety truck shows the division identifier on the driver and passenger side doors and, separated from the identifier, the office title with phone number and website URL is on both sides of the bed shell and uses the font style specified for division sub-units.
A Sponsored Projects brochure cover shows the office title and subheading description of services using the font style specified for division sub-units (Myriad Pro Semibold Condensed) at the top of the page, above a photograph of people working in a lab. The division identifier appears at the bottom of the page, separated from the office title.
A Research Integrity polo shirt sketch shows the front and right-side views of a shirt. The Research & Innovation division identifier is placed on the left-chest location of the shirt. The right-side shows the Research Integrity office name placed on the sleeve cuff of the shirt in the font style specified for division sub-units (Myriad Pro Semibold Condensed).