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THE IDENTITY SYSTEM

Institutional Signatures

The Primary Signature

The primary UTA signature is the most basic and commonly used element of the UTA visual identity. The signature is made up of two components: The University of Texas at Arlington nameplate in a specific configuration and the UTA logomark.

The signature exists in several configurations to allow for flexibility in its use. The main two configurations are the primary vertical and primary horizontal versions. It may only be reproduced from the authorized electronic files and may not be altered in any way. Questions regarding proper use of the signatures should be directed to University Communications.

 

Primary vertical signature

UTA 1V

Download files for standard applications (instructions):
3-color (spot eps, cmyk eps, jpg, png)
2-color (spot eps, png)
1-color, blue (spot eps, png)
1-color, black (eps, png)
White (eps, png)
All versions

 

Primary horizontal signature

UTA 1H

Download files for standard applications (instructions):
3-color (spot eps, cmyk eps, jpg, png)
2-color (spot eps, cmyk eps, jpgpng)
1-color, blue (spot eps, png)
1-color, black (eps, png)
White (eps, png)
All versions

 

The Secondary Signature

The secondary signature is reserved for web applications or where the available space is extremely horizontal.

UTA 2H

Download files for standard applications (instructions):
3-color (spot eps, cmyk eps, jpg, png)
2-color (spot eps, cmyk eps, jpg, png)
1-color, blue (spot eps, png)
1-color, black (eps, png)
White (eps, png)
All versions

 

Related Links:
Acceptable Colors
Minimum Sizes
Clear Space
Using the Signature in an Address Block
Address Block Placement