This corporate identity guide and branding guidelines offer guidance on how to use the Department for Communities identity through colours, logos and formatting. You may use our logo appropriately in communications about work we are supporting, however, please check with us first before using it in a promotional capacity and allow at least three working days for us to approve.
DfC corporate identity guide
This corporate identity guide offers guidance on how to use the Department for Communities identity through colours, logos and formatting.
The Department’s Corporate Identity Guide ensures that all staff are aware of the guidelines to be followed in order to reinforce and build upon the Department’s identity and awareness.
It is intended to serve as a ready-reference guide, incorporating the information required to allow any member of staff or external designer to brand any document or communication material correctly.
DfC branding guidelines
Each year the Department for Communities (DfC) supports hundreds of projects through funding and grants.
It is important that funding for the delivery of initiatives and activities including capital projects is appropriately acknowledged to demonstrate that public money is supporting your work and organisation.
It is a condition of your grant or funding that you acknowledge the source of your funding for activities as the Department for Communities.
These guidelines will give you advice about how to acknowledge this, which logo(s) to use and how to use them.