Learn Local logos
There are a range of Learn Local logos that have been designed for use on most documents, programs and projects.

JPG
Best for use internally in Word, Publisher and Powerpoint:





EPS
Best for use by external design and print agencies or other stakeholders that have access to professional design software such as Photoshop or In Design:

  • Learn Local logo_CMYK.eps – Full colour logo for use by professional designers on material that require the CMYK colour process (speak to your designer / printer regarding their requirements, however this is mainly required when there are three or more colours used in the design)

  • Learn Local logo_CMYK_Reverse.eps – Blue and White logo for use by professional designers on material that require the CMYK colour process and the main background colour is a dark colour, such as black (speak to your designer / printer regarding their requirements, however this is mainly required when there are three or more colours used in the design)

  • Learn Local logo_MONO.eps – Black and white logo for use by professional designers on material that is only going to be printed / produced in black and white with WHITE as the main background colour

  • Learn Local logo_MONO_Reverse.eps – Reversed black and white logo for use by professional designers on material that is going to be printed / produced in black and white with BLACK as the main background colour

  • Learn Local logo_SPOT.eps – Two colour logo for use by professional designers on material that require the Spot colour process (speak to your designer / printer regarding their requirements, however this is mainly required when there are only two colours used in the design)

To save any of the above files:
  • Right click on the link
  • Select 'Save Target As'
  • Select the folder you would like to save the logo to
  • Click Save

Note: You can view the JPG files by left clicking on the link, however you will not be able to view the EPS files unless you have professional design software on your computer (such as Photoshop or In Design). That said, external design and print agencies will be able to view it so still save it to your computer via the steps outlined above and then send it to them in an email.
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