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Using the logo on a coloured background

Whenever possible, select the main colour (PMS186) when using the logo. If the red logo is superimposed on a coloured background, it should stand out sufficiently (sufficient contrast). The same applies when the logo is superimposed on a photograph. In that case, the photo ‘behind’ the logo must not contain too many elements. In cases where the use of ‘RUG red’ leads to insufficient contrast, the white logo may be used.

Some examples of proper use of the logo on a coloured background
Some examples of proper use of the logo on a coloured background
Some examples of improper use of the logo on a coloured background
Some examples of improper use of the logo on a coloured background
Last modified:26 June 2015 2.26 p.m.
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