Logo Use Rules and Guidelines
- No elements of the FCCLA logos may be recreated, deleted, cropped, or reconfigured. All FCCLA logos are provided as EPS or PNG from National FCCLA.
- EPS files are vector artwork and are infinitely scalable, thus eliminating the need to ensure proper resolution for reproduction.
- PNG files are non-vector, rasterized files with transparent backgrounds. PNG files can be used when web-ready graphics are needed or for small format print (i.e., business cards, flyers, etc.).
- The FCCLA logos must be uniformly scaled. Non-uniform scaling distorts the proportions of the logos and the relationship between the symbols and letterforms.
- A minimum clear space must be maintained on the perimeter surrounding the FCCLA logos as outlined in the logo clear-space section of the Branding Guide.
- FCCLA’s logos may only be reproduced directly from a digital file; they should never be reproduced from previously printed materials.
- Do not put a box around the FCCLA logos when placed on a dark background.
- Do not reproduce the FCCLA logos in colors or designs other than those specified in this document.
Logo Use Rules
- Do not use a collegiate font in place of the FCCLA Logotype. The FCCLA Logotype is available for download on the National FCCLA website and FCCLA Portal.
- Do not add effects or textures to FCCLA's logos.
- Do not stretch or distort FCCLA's logos.
- Do not use an unapproved color on FCCLA's logos. The entire logo must always be in one solid color (red, black, or white).
- Do not break the clear-space rule.
- Do not combine FCCLA's Tagline Logo, Emblem Logo, or Swoop Logo with visual elements. In this case, the FCCLA Logotype must be used.