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Toshiba Brand Guidelines 2012 Featured
Toshiba is all about making extraordinary technology available to everyone. Our brand is brimming with the passion to help technology enrich people’s lives. Toshiba’s tone of voice comes from a fundamental point of view. We always see things from the user’s perspective. And how they want technology to better their lives. Take for example the new tablet. Yes, it’s the world’s thinnest. But that message comes straight from our internal obsession and passion for the best technical engineering. For the user it means he or she can take their tablet easily to more places – to bed, to the garden or pack it for a holiday. It becomes the most handy way ever to access fun, do the shopping, enjoy films and more.
You are an ambassador for a united SLU You are holding SLU's Brand Manual. Here you will find guidelines on how we use common tools to create a clear profile. We must be consistent in our use of logotype, colour, image and language, so that the university is perceived as a clear and credible communicator. This will also improve the chances of recognition. SLU's brand should signal that we are a world-class university in the fields of life and environmental sciences. You are an important ambassador for SLU's brand. Together we will demonstrate that we are one university – a united SLU.
A brand and the subsequent experience encountered from the brand reflects the promise and personality of any successful organization. It’s what people think of whenever they experience the name MCPHD. The brand, or identity experience, is directly connected to MCPHD continuing to offer the finest in public health community services to every Marion County resident. One part of the identity experience is portrayed through the organization’s visual identity or logo. When used consistently in communication materials, the brand will ensure that relevant core messages reach the various MCPHD publics.
The University of Wollongong holds a strong position in the higher education sector. In order to stay relevant and be a university of first choice, it needs to position itself as a contemporary and world-class institution. To do this we need to make the most of every communication opportunity for our brand. These are our brand guidelines.
Altona Graphic Standards Guide Featured
This publication is dedicated to providing a set of guidelines that can be used by Altona communicators to consistently reinforce the new and positive image of our town. Every time a person or organization is engaged by our town it contributes to this image. Stationery, business cards, publications, newsletters, advertisements, web sites, flyers, signs — and even Altona residents themselves — all contribute towards reinforcing a positve and effective brand.
ST George's School Graphic Standards Featured
Welcome to the Graphic Standards Manual of St. George’s School. This book is designed primarily for anyone who wants to communicate on behalf of St. George’s School. It will provide you with the information and inspiration you need to present your message within a visual identity structure that ensures consistency and clarity.
VSO Graphic Identity Guidelines Featured
Our brand elements These are the things that make up our basic brand. To provide flexibility, there aren’t many rules concerning their use, but those rules that do exist must be followed without deviation. It’s the only way we’ll be able to build our brand recognition. Everything you put down should be there for a reason. Less is more! Never use anything for just decoration.