Colours and graphics
Érudit's palette is composed of 3 colours: red, blue and grey.
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These colours are used in our graphics and must respect the following principles:
- White space must take up approximately ½ to ⅓ of the space.
- Red must be the prominent colour, not blue or grey.
- Combine any imagery or photographs with a solid flat tint of red.
These graphics are available on request.
Please keep a clearspace around the logo. The minimum clearspace must be equivalent to the height of the acute accent in the logo.
We favour the use of the red, full-size logotype.
The Érudit logo can be used in red, white or black, but never in any other colours. In order to maintain its consistency, the logo may not be displayed with other colour combinations.
Condensed version (icon)
The condensed version may be used when the standard, full-sized logo can not be displayed.
Érudit's typeface for print and digital communications is Maax, in bold and regular weights.
|Maax regular||Maax bold|
Where the use of this typeface is not possible, please use one of the following sans-serif typefaces: Arial, Helvetica.