Branding Colors and Fonts
The following branding colors and fonts are approved for use in College of The Albemarle’s (COA) digital products.
Accessibility requirement: To help make our content accessible to people with disabilities, format documents and graphics using high contrast. For example, add black text to a white background or light-colored elements to a dark background. Visit the Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act website for tips on how to create accessible digital content.
|Color||CMYK (print)||RGB (digital)||Hex (color picker)|
|Bright Blue||89, 49, 0, 0||0, 117, 191||0075BF|
|Dark Blue||87, 68, 23, 6||56, 88, 136||385888|
|Orange||0, 86, 99, 0||255, 70, 17||FF4611|
|Grey||52, 44, 43, 8||125, 125, 126||7D7D7E|
|Dark Grey||62, 54, 58, 30||89, 88, 84||595854|
“Aleo” is a serif (footed) font for large headings. “Georgia” is the alternative heading typeface for web use.
“Gotham” is a sans serif font for use in body text. “Helvetica” or “Arial” are the alternative body typefaces for web use.
If you’d like a PDF file containing our complete branding guide — which includes details about COA’s logo and its use — send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Branding Guide.”