Our logo is the visual representation of Stanley College. It is an icon that symbolises Stanley College's history, culture, and values. It can be used on all print media, all advertising platforms, websites, and other external communications. The Stanley College logo consists of a symbol and a wordmark. The symbol and the wordmark are locked together.
The Stanley College logo is an essential element of our visual communications. It should always be prominent and easily visible to ensure its effectiveness in promoting our brand. We place great emphasis on design integrity, and therefore, the logo must be used exactly as indicated in this guide. By adhering to these guidelines, we can maintain consistency and ensure that the logo's impact is maximised in all our marketing materials and visual representations.
Please ensure that you have reviewed and understood the Stanley College logo usage requirements prior to using our logo.Do Not:
The clear space denotes the area around the logo in which no other type, graphic or photographic element may encroach.
Stanley College logo must have a clear space of 1cm all around.
When placing Stanley College's logo alongside other logos, it is important to ensure a well-proportioned arrangement. Each logo should be positioned at least 1cm away from one another.
In order to maintain a professional and visually appealing layout, it is important to ensure that the logo is properly aligned on the page. It is recommended that the logo be positioned either at the top or bottom edge of the layout page, with the preferred option being the top right corner. This alignment not only creates a sense of balance, but also establishes a strong visual hierarchy.
The logo has a minimum reproduction size to ensure its legibility. The recommended minimum size of Stanley College logo must be no less than 3cm in length on all logo variations.
For use on white or neutral-coloured backgrounds or images.
This is used when the logo is placed on a dark background.
The Stanley College mono logo should only be used on single colour printed documents, i.e. when printing in black and white.