Printed publications guidelines
University-related printed publications must:
- Include the appropriate version of the University logo
- Adhere to the University's visual guidelines in relation to colour palette and typography
- Adopt the University's house style and tone of voice
- Comply with the University's photography guidelines
Positioning of the logo in print
In a printed publication the logo should ideally be located top left and have an x-height exclusion zone on every side. The dimensions of the exclusion zone are given by the size of the publication and logo.
Logo sizes in publications
When designing a printed publication, be sure to reproduce the University logo in the dimensions set out below.
|Publication size||Scale||Logo width||Logo height||x height|
The logo should never appear smaller than 60%.
Royal charter and FSE accreditation
The Royal Charter number and University’s registered address should be included in each printed publication, preferably on the back:
The University of Manchester
Royal Charter RC000797
Ideally, all publications should be printed on FSC accredited paper. Place the FSC accreditation logo on the back of the publication. For more information, visit:
Should you want any further information about printed publications, please contact email@example.com.