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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
U of A Law or UofA Law
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
The University of Alberta Faculty of Law (http://www.law.ualberta.ca/) will be celebrating its centenary in 2012 and we would like a clean and simple logo to convey this milestone. This logo will be included on our website and printed materials (letterhead, banners, psoters, etc.).
Although the UofA official colours are green and gold (http://www.toolkit.ualberta.ca/VisualIde...), we would prefer not to use those exact shades in our logo, but instead use something to complement those colors as the centenary logo will appear alongside of the UofA logo. As an example, the UofA has a secondary colour palette (http://www.toolkit.ualberta.ca/VisualIde...) which you may find useful.
The UofA's primary typeface is DIN Pro and Arial can be used as a substitute or Palatino for large bodies of text. Please use one of those fonts, or something complementary.
We would like the logo to be modern in design (not focussing on the past or looking historical) and clean looking.
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
1. CENTENARY. It is our centenary so include "100" or "100 years" and/or "1912 - 2012". We don't have a tagline at the moment (e.g. "100 years of excellence") and if you have an idea for a tagline, please feel free to include it in the logo.
2. MODERN. We are a law faculty with a long history of tradition and excellence, but would like to focus on the present/future. In a nutshell, keep it classy and modern in design and colour/typeface selection.
3. CELEBRATION. We are celebrating our achievement of being a 100 year old faculty.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
We really like the look of this logo: http://www.garstonvets.co.uk/content/gvg...
We do NOT like the look of these logos:
We are open to image + text or text only logos.
If you would like to incorporate an image into the logo, please be aware that
Canada courts do NOT use gavels. As well, please do not use scales in the logo either.
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