In this section you will get an overview of the Interreg Europe visual identity.

The core Interreg Europe brand is made of three components:

  1. The logo block
    Reference to European Union and European Regional Development Fund should always accompany the logo block, except for small size use.
  2. The slogan
    Programme slogan 'Sharing solutions for better regional policies' should be used when possible. There is no predefined positioning of it.
  3. The origami
    Origami (the four colour element) may be used on its own as an endorsement of the brand. But it is never a replacement of the full logo. Its position is flexible.

Versions of the logo

Origami placement next to the logo if this element is not used separately.



Reflex blue and B/W versions of the logo for single colour use. It should only be used when the 4-colour process is not available.


Under 47-mm length, use small size block in 1 colour without the slogan. The EU emblem shall be placed too.
The logo should never be reproduced in under 20-mm size.

Greyscale origami and logo bloc


B/W origami and logo block


Use with partners

Along with other organisations related to ERDF, in order not to duplicate the initial components (EU emblem, reference to ERDF), a simplified version is available. Do not use out of this case.

Interreg Europe - four topics

Interreg Europe focuses on four topics, each having its own icon and colour:

  1. Research and innovation
  2. Competitiveness of SMEs
  3. Low-carbon economy
  4. Environment and resource efficiency

Programme title

Only the first letters of the programmme title 'Interreg Europe' are capitalised when it is written in the text.

Corporate typefaces

  • Monserrat - for programme and project logos.
  • Open Sans - for different applications (print, web and mobile interfaces).
  • Arial - MS Office processing typeface for publications and publicity material, documents.

For most uses, typeface colour must be black on white background. 

Colour palette

The Interreg Europe colour palette consists of seven unique colours. A series of grey is available for uses such as web page footer, text block background and B/W uses of the origami.

  • Pantone reflex blue corresponds to the web-palette colour
    RGB: 0/51/153 (hexadecimal: 003399)
  • Pantone yellow corresponds to the web-palette colour
    RGB: 255/204/0 (hexadecimal: FFCC00)
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