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This section is intended to clarify FIP policy as it applies to the identification of programs and services, including the use and presentation of the official languages.
In view of the variances with respect to size, type and function of a vehicle, special requirements are treated here by means of suggested practices. Described here is the basic layout for signatures incorporating the flag.
Examples are traffic manuxl, which are subject to the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canadaand emergency exit signs, which are prescribed by the National Building Code. An institution’s title is key to its identity.
Two-line signatures are most common; for lengthy titles, a three-line signature is used Fig. However, any dimensions given are in the actual size. This could include segmenting the text into main and secondary messages, or rephrasing.
A message may vary depending on the type of facility or site, its location, the services provided, and the type of occupancy, single or shared. Design standards for tactile messages are currently being developed to meet the requirements of the Treasury Board policy and the CSA standard. The function of management is to ensure that all corporate communications reflect the organization and its goals in a consistent and positive manner, reinforcing each other.
Similarly, when the English terms Avenue 1 st2 ndetc. Described here is the positioning of markings on doors, the common method of identifying a vehicle. Generally, when applied on a white stripe, the markings should be in red and black as follows:. Ideally, signs should be seen as part of an environmental information system that helps users to understand their environment and guides them to their destination.
The following rule applies to addresses in FIP applications. Additionally, reference may be made in the FIP Manual to documents or government policies which have since been since superseded by other documents.
A typographic layout is often a compromise between concerns for logical line breaks and the need for a pleasing presentation. For information on ordering these mankal, consult the Catalogue of signs of the Canada Communication Group. For use by deputy ministers, assistant deputy ministers, or positions of equal status: Selective kerning should be used in all cases to improve letter-fit and to enhance visual appearance Fig.
In view of the many differences with respect to markings and vehicle doors, some judgement will be needed to alarrme the alignment that appears to be most effective. In cases where the signature incorporates additional words such as a service title, the wordmark may be vertically aligned with the left column of the text above Fig.
The dynamics of organizations will invariably affect their signage. The illustrations and specifications for letterheads include the following elements whose use is optional: For easy reference, certain terms established for purposes of the Federal Identity Program are included here.
Generally, there are different options to present a signature and these should be compared when choosing the final design. The insertion of space between titles serves as a visual cue. It can be said that every organization, regardless of size, has a corporate identity, and it can be either formal or informal.
Helvetica light; 9 point signature with 7 point return address, or 10 point signature with 8 point return address; a blank line equivalent to the type size of the signature separates aladme signature from the return address. Inquiries about the official name aladme a public thorough-fare should be directed to the appropriate municipality.
To ensure an abbreviation is understood, it should always appear in the context of the full title. These items include letterheads and envelopes, standard flat envelopes, notepaper, complimentary slips and cards, and calling cards. To ensure a good fit when installed, the size of markings should be based on the space available on the particular vehicle.
Colour is an important aspect of the federal identity and is used consistently for key applications stationery, and signage and vehicle markings. To achieve equivalence in both content and number of lines, a revision of the original text may be required. Much of the effectiveness of a sign depends on the formulation of the message.
Nighttime visibility of a sign may be needed to facilitate access to services provided directly to the public especially those located in northern regions. All printing shall appear parallel to the longest dimension of the envelope. Many organizational titles failed to distinguish clearly public from private, or federal from provincial. Users may choose one of these types depending on their requirements.
The illustration is intended to assist in the selection Fig. An analysis is required to determine.
The base of the symbol and the base line of the type are aligned horizontally as indicated in Figures 12 and Either black or white markings are used to contrast with the body colour of the mwnual vehicle.
For example, several federal institutions may share a facility or it may be occupied by a mix of public and private sector organizations.
Federal Identity Program Manual
By using these file to printing hardcopy you will minimize paper usage and maximize nanual quality. Messages referring to a government service should be manuxl wherever they appear, in advance alare, or at the point of service. Paper sizes in this section are specified in metric measurements. Signs tend to modify their surroundings; their placement should be planned to integrate them into their environment. This section sets out the general requirements and design standards for stationery used by departments, agencies, and corporations.
The text for a directory board should be concise and descriptive. These initiatives vary according to needs and may include the development of standard terminologies or messages, common sign formats and sizes, catalogues of sign products, or complete sign systems. The numbers refer to colours included in a U.