The glint is an important part of the new identity is the graphic device at the heart of the logo. It captures an iconic representation of the creative ‘spark' which epitomises the best of our work. It can be a useful device used in publications or merchandise to show our creativity, explain our messages and highlight key elements, but it should be used sparingly.
Guidelines concerning the use of the glint.
Any use of the glint should be agreed by the Publications Office.
EPS - these files are appropriate for most professional print applications such as Quark or Adobe. This is the only logo that should be used by designers and printers. It can be enlarged indefinitely without loss of quality. You may not be able to open this file as you may not have the appropriate software, but your printer or designer will be able to.
EMF - for use in all Microsoft Office applications such as Word, PowerPoint and Publisher. These are very small files and will enlarge to poster sizes without significant loss of quality. The background is transparent in normal use.
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