Looking for an ADAMHS logo for your website or publication? You’ve come to the right place! The ADAMHS Brand Guidelines is designed to let you choose the right logo format and file type for your specific project.
Logos for use on websites are provided as “gif” files, and are sized for screen resolution. Do NOT use these for printed materials.
You’ll find a broad range of print-friendly logos here – choose what you need based on the nature of your print project (black and white, full color, etc.).These logos are provided as compressed “zip” files. Just save to your computer and then double-click the zip file to decompress. The decompressed folder will contain the logo in different file formats; .gif, .jpg, .png, .eps, and .tif. If you are uncertain about which file to use, check the help files on whatever software you’re using to design your piece.
Your agency should also have a printed ADAMHS Brand Guidelines document and a CD that contains these logo files.Please note that this document also provides you descriptive copy about the ADAMHS Board – it’s appreciated if you can use this as well as the logo in your project. You’ll also find important logo usage guidelines in this document that can help you make sure you’re using the ADAMHS logo appropriately.
If you have questions, contact Greg Markell, Director of Community and Public Affairs, at 440-350-2193 or firstname.lastname@example.org.