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Logos

Download the ACFA logo in various formats. There are specific versions:

  • for general printing
  • for web and screen
  • for designers

Our use of the hexagon is inspired by bees: a social insect that operates within a teamwork-based community a metaphor we feel appropriate to our membership. It reminds us to be ceaseless in our productivity without losing sight of our community and support groups. Sadly, like the bees, the advice sector is struggling to survive.

We have chosen warm, bright colours for our logo to reflect our spontaneity and positive outlook on life; they also keep us motivated and help us look on the bright side of life during these tough economic times. Orange radiates warmth and happiness, the red provides energy and stimulation of red, yellow cheerfulness all grounded by earthy, grey tones.

Considerable time has been spent developing ACFA's new lookand it is important to us that all of our communications follow this new style consistently. As such, we have prepared a few basic guidelines to help achieve this aim; please download the guide here.

For general printing
  PNG Files
2014 png version ACFA logo Full Colour Logo (13kB)
2014 png version ACFA logo light

Light Colour Logo (18kB)
Logo on transparent background

 2014 png version ACFA logo white White Logo (16kB)
Logo on transparent background
For web and screen
  JPEG Files
Logo Download

2014 jpeg version ACFA logo

Full Colour Logo (102kB)
Low resolution

2014 jpeg version ACFA logo mono

Black Logo (57kB)
Low resolution

For designers

 

EPS Files
  Full-colour logo
Scalable logo in original format
  Black logo
Scalable logo in original format
  White logo
Scalable logo in original format, on a transparent background
Note: You can use an EPS file without opening it; in most cases, you can import the EPS file into a word-processor (eg Microsoft Word) or into a page-layout application (eg QuarkXPress). if you want to open it you'll need to use illustration (eg Adobe Illustrator)

 

Photos

Please do not use the thumbnail images on this web site as they are web-only versions.

 

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