The NAACP Brand Identity Manual is designed to create a consistent visual identity across the Association. Using color, typography, photography, and illustration, departments and branches can create looks to reflect the unique character and goals of your program. For more information about proper use of the NAACP logo, please read the Identity Manual.
The NAACP signature wordmark is the core element in the visual identity system. It is the official logo of the Association and is what is most strongly associated with the brand. The seal is also an important supplemental expression of our brand that can be used to distinguish the Association. The signature and seal together should be used when co-branding.
The file formats are tailored for either print or digital projects. Make sure you use the correct file format or the logo may render inaccurately, reflecting poorly on the brand. EPS and AI files are vector files designed for use in print applications at any size. JPG and PDF files are designed for use in web applications.
For any questions about the NAACP brand and logo use, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.