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For locations outside the National Capital Region an address generally consists of the applied title which appears in the signature, plus:. Although slight variations from the illustrated specimens are acceptable for individual items, care should be taken to avoid the mixing of composition from different sources on any one item. The design brief should establish a firm understanding of the project, its scope, objectives and restraints. The function of scp is to ensure that all corporate communications reflect the organization and its goals in a consistent and positive manner, reinforcing each other.

The different means provide flexibility when linking corporate identity with an organization’s communications strategy. The decals bearing the signature and the wordmark should be positioned on both front doors as shown Fig. From a practical point of view, FIP represents an important aspect of service to the public.

Once the most effective design solution has been determined and approved by the institution, all design requirements should be translated into a set of guidelines or standards. Described here is the layout of the most commonly used signature, one consisting of the flag symbol and two lines of type.

However, any dimensions given are in the actual size. The suggested ratio between the width of the stripe, the x-height of the wordmark, and the x-height of the signature is This applies to exterior signs in particular, where environmental or aesthetic concerns should be part of the criteria that are considered in determining the size and location of a sign. These rules were prepared in consultation with the Translation Bureau, Department of the Secretary of State of Canada.


To meet the intent of FIP policy, the device should be clearly visible to the public. The length or complexity of the text and the operational requirements should be considered when determining the most effective order of the listing. When the eastwestnorthsouth are used with a street should appear with initial capitals. Where the name of another government or an institution is to be included in a message presented in a side by side bilingual format, that name may be in French or English, or both, as required by the other government or the institution concerned.

Exceptions are signs and symbols that identify parking spaces, since their design is subject to the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada. Two-line and three-line signatures: It shows various options of combining sizes.

Institutions can make their visual communications more effective and coherent by establishing a corporate “look”. This calls for a good understanding of sign communications and for emphasis on the use of plain language.

All markings are fabricated as pressure-sensitive decals. Throughout this section, the guidelines and examples deal with words and typography, or content and form.

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Intended for the mqnual specialists involved e. The standard sizes are eecp in Figure 8. All signatures should convey a sense of unity and simplicitynotwithstanding a mix of typographic elements.

Figure 7 indicates how this may be done. An identity program is not a “quick fix” to a problem of corporate communications, nor should it be seen as a cosmetic that can represent something the institution is not.

An overview is provided below; for details, see the pertinent sections of this manual. French texts shall include all orthographical signs required by words i. Managing a system includes keeping information current and removing signs with messages that are obsolete or redundant. The requirement for applied titles stems from the development of FIP policy in the mid-seventies when existing legal titles were often long and sometimes convoluted. Visibility, legibility, manuwl and comprehension have an effect on the communications value of a sign.

The wordmark has an alarmr relationship between the elements which may not be altered in any way. Messages must be clear and consistent to meet the needs of the public. When procuring sign products directly from the private sector, federal institutions are responsible for providing the sign manufacturers or consultants with the corporate symbols, standard typeface, graphic symbols, and all applicable guidelines, standards and specifications of the Federal Identity Program.


The inclusion of names, titles addresses by pre-printing is optional see the examples. Some of these factors may be beyond the direct control of the person planning the size and location of the sign, but two questions epc to be answered:. Exact left-to-right and top-to-bottom placement on a door may vary due to variations of shape, contour, attachments or other obstacles. The type sizes referred to in the specifications should be used relative to the size of the envelope; i.

Federal Identity Program Manual

Careful consideration should be given to the use or purpose of an address: Principles of good typographic practice should be applied when determining the layout, i. This should include the operational requirements and the surfaces suitable for the markings.

The need to take such an approach varies from organization to organization and is at the alarmd of each institution. The question is whether an organization manages its corporate identity in the most effective and purposeful manner possible.

The designs shown in Figure 17 indicate several approaches but evidently do not explore all options. The principle is to create distinction between titles while maintaining the overall unity of the signature.

Government programs and services should be identified in plain language that clearly describes their purpose. Such a title is used in conjunction with the signature and should be as concise as possible Fig. Generally, there are different options to present a signature and these should be compared when choosing the final design.

The kind of facility to be identified will also influence decisions on the size of a primary identification sign.