The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) began using a new logo in February 2014. Congregations are welcome to download and use the new symbol for their own outreach purposes. Learn more about this branding initiative.
To maintain a consistent appearance the logo must adapt appropriately as the chalice increases or decreases in size. We have provided versions of the logo in various sizes.
These various file formats provide the best possible logo reproduction for any foreseeable applications. Please use these materials rather than scanning or photocopying from printed materials, which would reduce the quality of the result.
All downloads are print-ready, at 300 dpi, so they are large files with relatively long download times; the preview for each is smaller, quicker, and optimized for web pages.
Vector (EPS) files are good for graphics editors and require image-editing software. TIF files are good for use in publishing software like Microsoft Word. Right-click or Ctrl-click on the links to get an option to "Save Target As...." (or similar) to download any of the following files.
The typeface used by the UUA is called Helvetica Neue. It is part of the standard suite of fonts included on Mac computers but is not generally found on Windows machines. It can be purchased from a font foundry (Adobe, Linotype, etc.). If that font is unavailable, use Helvetica or Arial.
Our color palette is presented in Pantone; Red, Blue, and Green (RGB); Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black (CMYK); and web codes (Hex). Use a color conversion chart if you need the colors in other formats.
Note: consult with a commercial printer before printing Pantones and CMYK together.
Use only these approved colors for text, both in print and on the web, to ensure text is widely accessible.
Aside from the primary red color, PMS 1925 C/U, the other two colors should not be used for any purpose other than in the gradient. Any other usage is not a part of the approved color palette.
You will need the color system (choose one from among Pantone, CMYK, RGB, or Hex), opacity (100% for each) and location to reproduce the gradient (one color fading to the next) in Adobe Illustrator.
For more information contact web @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
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