Templates, fonts, sub-brands and our new Brand book Articles

The following templates are available from within Microsoft applications from your desktop PC and via Remote Desktop:  

A4 Letterheads for each campusWord
PresentationPowerPoint

A5 Door signs

When printing ensure the scale to fit option is turned off. A pale blue background has been included in the image and provides the cut line for trimming to A5 (148mm x 210mm)

PowerPoint

Please note, if you are printing branded documents you should only print these on white paper.

Where to find the templates

You will find the templates in the Shared area in Word (see below) and in the Custom, Branding area in PowerPoint.  The Word templates make use of Styles in Word so please apply these correctly to your documents.  Please do not alter their appearance or use inappropriate fonts and images, please refer to the Brand book, if you need clarification of how they should be used and for further guidance.

This guide will continue to evolve as new materials are produced and made available; you will always be able to find the most up-to-date published version on the Branding Guidance page.

Fonts

The templates are designed to work with our brand fonts – Antonio and Work Sans, so please check these are available on your PC.  If these are not available you should contact the helpdesk@greenwich.ac.uk

Sub-brands

Our branding has been designed so we can incorporate our sub-brands, examples of these are NRI, the Wolfson Centre and the I3 Centre. Each approved sub-brand will use the compass logo and University of Greenwich text, but will have an additional text element for their name, separated by a line, for example:

Sub-brands are for a unit, centre or other discrete part of the university that targets a distinct, external market different to the university's core market and required written approval from either Robert Mayor, Director of Communication & Recruitment, or Iain Morrison, Head of Marketing Communications.

Our Brand book

This provides a guide for you on all aspects of our brand and includes sections on:

  • Key messages underpinning our brand
  • Our logo
  • Change lines
  • Colours
  • Typography
  • Photography
  • Portfolio.

More information

We'll provide regular updates on how our brand implementation progresses. Meanwhile if you want more information on how to use our brand please look at the Branding Guidance page, or if you have a specific question please contact Andrew Shreeve.