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Look no further. Here is the Medical School logo in a variety of formats. Need some help with the alphabet soup? Read below.
- CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black) Used in color printing to reproduce a broad array of colors
- DPI (Dots Per Inch) The number of individual dots that can be placed in a line within the span of 1 inch (2.54 cm)
- EPS (Encapsulated Postscript) A vector-based graphics file format
- JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) A compressed bitmapped image format
- PNG (Portable Network Graphics) A compressed bitmapped image format and video codec
- RGB (Red Green and Blue) Used in monitors to reproduce a broad array of colors
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Forms / Templates
Fax, Memo, and Letterheads
The memo and fax forms set the basic format for most other forms. These forms are available as Word documents for downloading, printing and emailing.
Signatures for use in your email client.
Email Signatures for use within Outlook are located on the Email Signatures page of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston's website.
Acceptable fonts and usage
Two fonts, or typefaces, have been graphically adapted for the design of the logo signature: Adobe Garamond (UTHealth) and Univers (the full name).
However, not all users will have these fonts readily available, so an alternate, basic list of general usage fonts has also been selected: Garamond family, Times New Roman family, Avenir family, Helvetica family, or Arial family.
Each of these has a “family” of fonts that include variations of the typeface, such as regular, bold, and italic. Resist the temptation to use multiple typefaces and stick to one or two fonts within a single family. Avoid the use of designing with vertical type and use the included CSS style sheets wherever possible. Please do not use the deprecated
The official colors for the UT Medical School at Houston
The official colors for UTHealth are defined as follows:
|Pantone (PMS) 167 orange||CMYK: C3 M78 Y100 K15||RGB: R189 G79 B25||Hexadecimal: #BD4F19|
|Pantone (PMS) Cool Gray 11||CMYK: C48 M36 Y24 K66||RGB: R77 G79 B83||Hexadecimal: #4D4F53|