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The Visit Oxnard logo is personal to the city’s diverse attractions and laid-back, approachable culture. It uses friendly, fluid letters and a strong horizontal line to emulate the sun sinking into the ocean.
The Visit Oxnard logo has five full color versions. When in doubt, the yellow-orange logo should be used as the primary logo, however, there is flexibility depending on design and application as to when to use which logo. Being able to use all five interchangeably speaks to the versatile nature and diversity in experiences and culture found in Oxnard. The full color logo versions should be used as often as possible to build a strong brand identity.
Use this only if no other color version of the logo is an option, for example, screen printing.
Use this logo when printing in black and white, for example, in a newspaper publication.
Use these versions when the logo is overlaid on a photo or background that can support the colors of “Oxnard”, but loses the colors, and therefore the visibility, of “VISIT” and “CA.” Please use discretion when doing this and default to the white reversed option when necessary.
If ever the logo is to be overlayed on a photo or background and the full color reversed option is unusable, the white version should be used.
MINIMUM SIZEThe logo should always be clearly legible and should never have a height smaller than 0.45”.
When placing the logo within artwork, please maintain a padding of clear space around the logo. The padding should be the length of the connecting lines that extend from the logo to “VISIT” and “CA”, and should be maintained all the way around the logo. That is to say that no image, or other text should extend into this padding area.
Sometimes the logo will be placed over images, visually complex backgrounds or colors that clash. Always make sure the logo can be easily seen. The full color logos are always preferred, but other options are available to help with legibility. The left column shows unacceptable logo usage when placed on a clashing color block, the middle column shows unacceptable logo usage over photography and the right column shows ways to correct. With the combination of colors in each logo, it is important to find the right balance for legibility. Either very dark backgrounds or very light backgrounds tend to lend themselves well to legibility for this group of logos.
The brand typography must speak to the Oxnard personality and culture. Strong and legible, yet still approachable and laid back, Agenda is the brand’s primary typeface. Agenda has a wide variety of font styles, allowing for contrast between bold and thin, wide and condensed, regular and italic. When Agenda is not available for use in the digital space, Helvetica should be used.
As with the Visit Oxnard logo, consistent use of the brand typefaces reinforce the overall brand identity and personality.
This typeface should be used as the primary typeface for all printed and digital content. In this way, Agenda’s simplicity works to its advantage, as it is very versatile and can be used for a diverse set of applications, while still jiving well with each personality of Oxnard.
Regular should be used for body copy, Regular all caps for headers and condensed italic for subheads.
For digital correspondence and internal communication Helvetica may be used if Agenda is not available. It is available on most computers and can be consistent from computer to computer. This should NOT be used in printed collateral or external marketing materials.
All styles are acceptable (use Regular, sentence case for body copy).
The Oxnard color palette is fresh, warm and energizing. The shades of orange are vibrant and full of life, and point back to the city’s sunny and welcoming nature. While still lively, the shades of blue also bring in a cool and rejuvenating contrast.
Here are the color breakdowns for each production format. CMYK colors are used for any basic printed materials (flyers, brochures, documents, menus etc). RGB colors are used for any digital materials (social media, e-newsletters, website, TV advertisements, etc). The web safe colors are similar to RGB and are only used for digital materials. The six-digit code is an easy way to add specific colors when changing web design preferences.
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