Introducing the logo
Scroll down to see Dansani’s logo and guidelines for how to use it.
To protect Dansani’s credibility and what is expressed in its design, it is important to use the logo correctly.
The primary logo
This logo is used in right-aligned or left-aligned positions, which are the most usual positions for the logo. It must only be used in black or negative.
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Never do this with the logo
The logo must be shown correctly, and the following are examples of what is not acceptable.
Incorrect use of the logo
- A) Incorrect proportions
- B) Incorrect use of colours
- C) Incorrect resolution
- D) Never use the outline effect with the logo
- E) Never use shadow effects with the logo
- F) Never enlarge the bird alone
- G) Do not rotate the logo
- H) Do not manipulate the logo
Avoid incorrect use – this applies to all versions.
Logo minimum space
To ensure that the Dansani logo is always reproduced sharply and clearly, a free zone is defined round the logo. The idea is that graphics, pictures and text must never come too close to it.
The free zone is a field all round the logo, with a minimum width equal to the D in Dansani.
This version of the logo is used in two situations, mainly when the logo is centred. It is also used in situations where, because of the format of the material, the primary logo does not stand out clearly enough. The secondary logo is to be used when the primary logo becomes too small and is not sufficiently clear. The free zone is a field all round the logo, corresponding as a minimum to the D in Dansani.
Like the primary logo, the secondary logo is only available in black or negative