Co-Branding Guidelines


The Emory University community collaborates on a variety of programs, research, events and conferences that create the need for co-branding with other Emory units and schools. Co-branding guidelines follow those for general logo use.

  • Add space around all sides of the logo to measure more than the width of two of the "M" in the Emory wordmark
  • Don’t modify, distort, or alter the logos
  • Don’t combine the logos with a horizontal or vertical rule
  • Don’t combine the logos with words, tags, or other graphic design elements
  • The Emory University, school-level logos, and unit signatures/logo full sets reproduce in Emory PMS 280 blue, black and reverse white
  • Consider using the Emory University logo only and a list of the names of the collaborating Emory departments or programs

Co-Branding Examples

 These co-branding examples are correct.

cobranding images

Examples to Avoid

These examples alter the logos, which is not allowed.

 

altered logos not alloweed

Questions?

Contact one of the departments below with questions about logo guidelines.