JENN, you can make this a long page + include pps 18-20 from the PDF. Scott + I will put all the graphics in after you’re done!
The typefaces used in communications are also graphic identifiers and require the same consistency in positioning Johnson & Wales University. Approved typefaces for the university logo and descriptors must not be altered.Typeface families used in general print communications are Adobe Garamond Pro (serif) and Myriad Pro (sans-serif ). Also included are Gill Sans and JWU Wildcats, and have specific usage requirements.Under the category of “other typefaces” is Times New Roman, which will continue to be used for interoffice communication, documents and memos. For more information contact Ed Pereira, art director, 401-598-2362.
Approved TypographyTo complement the university logo and to maintain institutional consistency, the following serif and sans-serif typefaces are approved for use in print, web and signage applications:For headlines, subheads and body textAdobe Garamond ProMyriad ProVerdana, with its visual similarity to Myriad Pro, will continue to be used for text on the university’s website.For headlines, deck headings and subheads onlyGill SansFor athletics and school spirit communications, headlines and subheads onlyJWU WILDCATSPlease note that Gill Sans and JWU Wildcats are not used for body text.For interoffice communication, documents and memos (required)Times New RomanExceptions
Typeface FamiliesText from page 18-19 here.
Print TypographyText from pages 19-20 here.