To download the image in PDF format, click on the PDF link to the right of each variation. To download PNG files, right-click (control-click on a Macintosh) on a link, and select the save option (e.g., Save Link As, Download linked file) from the resulting pop-up menu.
These images are not the UAF logo, but they link visually to the graphic identity. They can be used when you need a graphic in addition to the UAF logo. They may not be used as a replacement for the official UAF logo.
The Nanook bear images are trademarks of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and are reserved for official UAF use.
Which format should I use?
(CMYK for print publications)
(RGB for Microsoft applications or web)
|Naturally Inspiring text in OSP-DIN, white, textured||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in OSP-DIN, blue||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in OSP-DIN, blue with dot||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in OSP-DIN, white||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in OSP-DIN, white with dot||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in Wisdom Script, blue||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in Wisdom Script, blue with dot||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in Wisdom Script, white||PNG|
|Naturally Inspiring text in Wisdom Script, white with dot||PNG|
The Nanook bear image is a modern depiction of the UAF mascot. The approved color variations are provided below.
- PDF: This is a vector-based format and the best to use for print production.
- PNG: This format is the best choice for use with Microsoft programs (e.g. Word, Powerpoint). It can also be used in websites. To insert a logo using Word, go to the Insert menu and choose "Picture/From File..." then browse to the file on your hard drive and click "Insert."