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		Minimal Design Standards Required for Publications</h1>
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		The following requirements are necessary for a publication or item intended to promote Miami University to its publics and for use of the M logo. Please contact University Communications and Marketing if you have questions.</p>
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		<li>Miami University should be prominently identified on the front cover or panel of each publication with an official Miami mark as identified in this guide. As a general rule of thumb, the wordmark portion of the logo should be no smaller than 2" wide on a standard 4" x 9" brochure, and proportionally larger for bigger publications. The beveled-M can appear in combination with a department or unit name, or separately from it, depending on what best suits the design of the piece.</li>
		<li>A current year should be on the front cover of a publication containing content pertinent only to that year, or a publication that will be updated in subsequent versions. Otherwise, the production date should appear on the back cover to easily determine if information is current.</li>
		<li>To promote a consistent visual identity, Miami University logos can vary in size, but cannot otherwise be altered, modified, or overprinted. Some examples of incorrect usage are provided in this manual. Independently created logos conflict and compete with institutional identity and should not be used, except for rare situations where partnerships or contracts require additional marks.</li>
		<li>NOTE: Spirit-wear merchandise available in retail outlets – and athletics/spirit material such as game schedules, buttons, or posters used by Intercollegiate Athletics – may feature creative variations of the beveled-M. It may, for example, appear overprinted, juxtaposed with other graphic elements, or other altered form based on competitive, national fashion trends. Such uses are approved on a case-by-case basis for licensed vendors and manufacturers at the retail level ONLY, and not for official university, student or academic publications or material.</li>
		<li>The university seal should be used by the president’s office for ceremonial or official documents, and on certain items of distinction. It should be used only in approved versions as demonstrated in this guide, and should not be used in marketing or promotional material. UCM can help you determine if an item is appropriate for use of the seal.</li>
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