How to use our sub-logo effectively
Designated - or named - parts of the organisation each have a sub-logo, the widespread use of which unifies the organisation.
- Sub-logos are used by our Schools, Units and Research Design Service and across our NIHR infrastructure such as the Clinical Research Network, Biomedical Research Centres and Clinical Research Facilities.
- The sub-logo format always has the NIHR abbreviation on the left-hand of the coral line and the remainder of the designated name in full on the right-hand side.
- Sub-logo usage should accompanied by a relationship statement as well as links to the NIHR and other measures, in line with our Acceptable Use Policy for NIHR websites on the nihr.ac.uk subdomain and pages on host organisation websites.
The NIHR Academy also uses an NIHR sub-logo for career development and membership activities.
Hints and tips for sub-logo use
- Sub-logo positioning is the same as for the NIHR logo - positioned top left.
- Do not attempt to create sub-logo files on your own, the NIHR will provide your sub-logo pack.
- Select the variation - colour, black. reversed out or white - suitable for your application (see examples below).
- Specific advice for applying a sub-logo on your website is also available.
- Where more than one part of the NIHR is involved, just use a single NIHR logo and name the individual parts of the NIHR, rather than using multiple sub-logos.
- Researchers funded by a part of the NIHR that has an NIHR sub-logo should use slides and research poster templates carrying that sub-logo - and not a Funded by/Supported by NIHR logo or an NIHR logo - and use an NIHR acknowledgement and disclaimer.
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