ITC Grant Logos
The ITC Grant logo must appear on all advertising pieces produced wholly or partially with ITC Grant funds. The ITC Grant logo is ONLY TO BE USED ON GRANT-FUNDED PROJECTS and is factored on finished project size.
Please follow the guidelines shown below.
The size of the ITC Grant logo cannot be changed for magazine ads, print collateral such as brochures and for online usage such as banner ads. For large format printing, see .eps guidelines below. To view an example of correct logos in printable size, click here.
If you have questions about logo usage or need alternate file formats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. When submitting communications for Ad Approval, you must send a PDF (no jpegs or screen shots are allowed).
When using these formats, please keep the following guidelines in mind. To view correct and incorrect logo design samples, click here.
.png format can be used for online/web communications, as well as print. A white box surrounding the logo should not appear when using this file properly.
.eps format is recommended for print materials and vector-based artwork. The logo will be set against the image behind it. NOTE: Vector-based artwork (line art) is scalable and must be used for print communications when large format printing is needed, e.g. building signs, trade show banners, window displays, vehicle wraps, billboards. While the size of the logo can be scaled larger, it must retain its original, established measurement. The logo should always be proportionate to the rest of the project.
Communications the size of a full-page magazine ad or larger must use the large ITC grant logo:
Communications smaller than a full-page magazine ad, but larger than one-quarter of a full-page, must use the medium ITC grant logo:
Communications one-quarter of a full-page magazine ad or smaller must use the small ITC grant logo:
Videos and Other Visual Media
For video, televisions ads, or similar media, the logo should appear as the last frame of the product in a size large enough to make it easily readable by a viewer. The logo must "hang" on the screen for a minimum of three (3) seconds. The important thing to remember is the logo and "visitidaho.org" should be easily identifiable and the web address easy to read.
To use the required "Adventures in Living" logo for Facebook purposes, please follow the directions below:
Add the official Visit Idaho Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Visit-Idaho/76193902904
. Click “Add to Favorites
” and it will auto populate the logo for you.
- For more about Facebook "favorites," use this link for information that explains favorites and how they work. The link has instructions on how a website administrator can add favorites to a Facebook page. Also add www.visitidaho.org as a link under the Info section/contact information.
Please confirm that you are setting up business page profiles for your social media account. Do not create a personal profile for business. Profiles are for people, Pages are for businesses. Quick 101 - http://blog.hubspot.com/Portals/249/docs/facebook_for_business_ebook_hubspot.pdf
For technical assistance and set-up, contact Diane Norton, (208) 334-2470.
For ideas and social media communications, contact Tina Caviness, (208) 334-2470.