• Visual language guide

    This style guide provides the most recent direction for our most important visual elements. Effective 1 March 2015, all new digital, print and other communications should reflect these guidelines.

    Download the document
  • Logos

    You can download InaSAFE vector logo, simple logo sign, logo with URL, full colors, monochrome and inverted logo from this folder.

    Get the logos
  • Iconography

    InaSAFE is using the 500 icons set of United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian affairs (OCHA) :

    See more
  • Standard iconography

  • T-shirt

    3 color variations of InaSAFE T-shirt design are available, the additional font used for this design is Boris Black Bloxx, free font

    Get the designs
  • Corporate stationery

    You can download the mock-ups of the letterhead, flyers here.
    Don’t forget to check the style guide.
    Use the links below to get the english versions of InaSAFE flyers in PDF:
    the front page
    the back page
    onepage version

    flyer
  • presentation-elements

    Presentation elements

    You can use these presentation elements in your presentations

  • Web elements

    InaSAFE blog is using the WordPress theme Shoestrap 3 and it’s child theme Shoestart Child.
    The theme is using Bootstrap components and jQuery.

    Webfont:
    Ubuntu Google Font, you can get the font here.

    Grid:
    Bootstrap grid, see the examples here.

    Icons:
    Elusive icons are included in the Shoestrap 3 theme . You can use the icon as an inline or block element, by giving it a class:

    class="el-icon-{icon name}"

    See the available icons list here.

    Buttons:

    There are two sizes of buttons, normal and big.
    Big buttons can include icons.
    Buttons can have 3 backgrounds, orange, green and blue:

    Headings:

    Heading level 1

    Heading level 2

    Heading level 3

    Heading level 4