Cogswell Polytechnical College Brand Guidelines

Cogswell Polytechnical College Branding Guidelines

The Cogswell brand, which represents the College's 129-year-old mascot as well as Cogswell's forward-thinking approach to education, should be used in a consistent manner across all communications. With strong use of color being used throughout our marketing communications, it is essential that our logo has the flexibility to work with all of our branding assets and applications. These guidelines serve to demonstrate its proper usage.


*** Use of Cogswell College's logo is governed by our copyright policy. ***


The logo can be used in its square or "stacked" format as well as an "in-line" format, depending on the application needed.

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In-Line Format


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Cogswell Polytechnical College logo spacing

Logo Spacing

When using the logo, ensure that there is proper spacing between it and other elements. For the square version of the logo, use the 'C' in Cogswell as a guide for spacing.

 

 

 

 

When using the in-line version of the logo, use the 'L' in Cogswell as a guide for spacing.

 

 


 

 

Colors

School and logo colors:


#FF7200
Pantone 021 Orange
RGB: 255:114:0

#605E5C
Pantone 8403 C
RGB: 96:94:92

#8A8D8F
Pantone 877 C
RGB: 138:141:143

#FFFFFF
White
RGB: 255:255:255

#000000
Black
RGB: 0:0:0

 

 

 

 


 

 

Typography

Cogswell Polytechnical College uses Century Gothic as its primary font.

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Century Gothic

 

 


 

 

Proper Usage

Please use and size the logo correctly. When scaling the logo, do so equally - do not compress or stretch the image. Do not change the color of the logo to any color other than what it specified here. Do not add any special effects to the logo such as a bezel, an outline/stroke, drop shadow, etc. Finally, do not use old, previous versions of the logo.

Improper usage of the Cogswell logo

 

 

For further usage information, file types and questions, please email Rachael Sass at pulse@cogswell.edu.