In this section you will get an overview of the Interreg Europe visual identity.
The core Interreg Europe brand is made of three components:
- The logo block
Reference to European Union and European Regional Development Fund should always accompany the logo block, except for small size use.
- The slogan
Programme slogan 'Sharing solutions for better regional policies' should be used when possible. There is no predefined positioning of it.
- 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:
- Research and innovation
- Competitiveness of SMEs
- Low-carbon economy
- Environment and resource efficiency
Only the first letters of the programmme title 'Interreg Europe' are capitalised when it is written in the text.
- 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.
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)