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Choosing a banner design

Note: Each division has a colour assigned to it which is used for publications and for web banner colours. All schools and research centres/groups are required to use the same banner colour as their division.

Once you have selected the colour and graphic for your banner, MDU will provide you with the banner incorporating all the selected elements as part of your templates. A degree of flexibility for administrative units, divisions and schools to incorporate their individual identities is available through the following ways.

 


Colour

Eight 'web safe' colours ('web safe' means the colours will display consistently across browsers) can be used for the banner, of which

  UniSA corporate colours
  Colour=#000099 University blue
  Colour=#CC0000 University red
  Colour=#FF9900 University yellow
  Divisional colours
  Colour=#CC0000 BUE
  Colour=#FF9900 EASS
  Colour=#006699 HS
  Colour=#006633 ITEE
  Colour=#663399 Whyalla

Name and logo

The UniSA logo must feature in the left side of the banner. No other logo can be featured. Names of administrative units, divisions and schools feature immediately beside the UniSA logo. For school and research centre/group names, the name of the related division appears above it but in a smaller font. These are illustrated below.

Administrative unit/devision name

School/research centre or group name 

Graphics

As part of the standard requirement, a graphic is featured in the right side of the banner. A set of graphics, composed to corporate requirements, is available for administrative units, divisions and schools to choose from. If you would like to use your own image for the graphic, supply the JPEG to MDU for incorporating into your banner. The format and quality of this image will be negotiated between you and MDU.

 

Other features

Grey toolbar 

Links within the grey toolbar may be modified subject to approval by the Web Management Group (WMG). See Web Management Guidelines (PDF 574kb - download Adobe Acrobat).

Site wide links

Site wide links (pillar headings) may be modified subject to approval by the Web Management Group (WMG). See Web Management Guidelines (PDF 574kb - download Adobe Acrobat).

 

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