Refer to the following guidelines for proper use of the campaign logo and artwork.
The Pacific University Boxer logo is to accompany the campaign logo on your correspondence, presentations and campaign collateral. Exceptions? Contact Marketing & Communications.
Campaign LEAD ON Logo
The Lead On logo is displayed in various versions and colors for different uses. PNG files are bitmap files with transparent backgrounds — for colored backgrounds and for digital displays. Use the provided size or smaller; do not enlarge as it will pixelate when enlarged. EPS files are vector files that can be reduced or enlarged without compromising integrity.
- 2-color — Black & Boxer Red | png | eps
- Black | png | eps
- White | png | eps
- Boxer Gold (only with permission)
- Half logo in black (only with permission)
The full circle Campaign logo is used most often. When the top half of the Lead On logo is used, the university Boxer logo or “Pacific University” must be prominent elsewhere in your collateral. For example: Imprinted onto business cards or used on a presentation.
Contact Marketing & Communications if project-specific guidance is needed.
The campaign tree is primarily used for university development planned giving materials. Printed as a tint screen and layered in the background, it provides visual interest and connection to the campaign look & feel. If you have a need for the tree in your project, contact Marketing & Communications for details.
The minimum size of the Lead On campaign logo is 1 inch wide and the minimum size of the Pacific University logo is 3/4 inch wide. Size minimums are required for legibility.
Note: If the item you are putting the logo onto is smaller than minimum size — such as on a pen — there are exceptions including using just text. Contact Marketing & Communications if project-specific guidance is needed.
The Pacific University and Lead On logo requires sufficient space to provide integrity and visual impact. Items such as text, images or graphic elements should be kept away from the logo by a minimum distance — the height of the “L” in Lead On.