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>>> Elsa Kapitan-White My latest assignment is to write signage
guidelines for our corporate
Any suggestions for issues I should address or recommended
Our Corporate Graphics Standards book covers the issues you
mentioned--signage for everything, including trucks, business cards,
Important things to include: Exact typographical specifications (font, size,
spacing in picas/points, etc.) allowable colors, the things you cannot do
to corporate logos (distort, put drop shadows on them, rotate, etc.), how
the logos should relate to other printing (how close they can be together).
If you want, I could snailmail you example pages. I believe our manual
was actually put together by a design agency, the one that designed the