The Granite School District logo should be used on all formal district documents and publications, including all school and district letterheads and business cards.
Logo Usage Requirements
The district logo should not be redrawn, modified, or displayed in rough form. Always reproduce the logo from high-resolution original artwork. The artwork is available electronically from the Communications Office, or Printing Services.
Always display the logo in its entirety. The district name is part of the logo and always appears with the graphic. It is inappropriate to separate elements of the logo or to modify the logo in any way. Do not “flip” or reverse the facing direction of the logo.
The logo is designed according to a specific height and width ratio. Even slight distortions will impact the consistency of the presentation. Always display the logo in its original proportions, regardless of the logo size, placement or use.
Signatures and Typography
When displayed on the same line as a title or other text, the logo should be placed at the left of the text. The fonts used for the district name are imbedded as a graphic and must not be replaced with another font.
The logo should always be presented in color. When color presentation is not feasible, grayscale or black versions may be used. The two colors of blue (light blue: Pantone 542, Color #56a0d3; dark blue: Pantone 541, Color #00467f) must be used. Logos presented on the Web should always be in color.
Use and Presentation
All business cards and letterhead for the district, its offices, and schools are to be printed by Printing Services using authorized formats described below. Envelopes for schools may be printed by the school or Printing Services, and district envelopes shall be printed by Printing Services.
If you need the Granite School District (GSD) logo in another file format or size other than what’s listed, please contact Matthew Sampson in Communications.