Which File Do I Use?
Print EPS and JPG files are built in the CMYK color space, so they are suitable for printing. EPS is a vector file format and can be scaled up without losing resolution. JPGs are raster files and can lose resolution if scaled up.
Screen SVG* and PNG files are built in the RGB color space and are suitable for websites and digital display. SVG is a vector file format and can be scaled up without losing resolution. PNGs are made of pixels and can lose resolution if scaled up.
Use a 1-color logo when you have limited printing or limited color available. For more guidance, be sure to review Logos in the guidelines.
Most of these files have transparent backgrounds, except for the JPG files linked below.
*SVG files will open in a new window. To retrieve the file, right click the image and choose ‘save as’ in the dropdown menu.
Primary UT System Logos
When possible, use the primary center stack or primary align left logos (below), especially for any material for an external audience.
Primary Center Stack logo
Primary Align Left Logo
UT System Icon
UT System Horizontal Logo
The horizontal orientation is only to be used where space is limited.