I-House Logo and Styleguide
Copperplate is used in the logo and for titles and headings. Other standard fonts, such as Times, Garamond, Minion or Arial fonts may be used for body text or other text-heavy content. See Print Style Guide for more detail.
Also see Website Styleguide 2011 (pdf)
Logo File Formats
TIFF (Tag Image File Format) - TIFF is the most universal and widely supported format across all platforms, Mac, Windows, Unix as well as some desktop publishing programs.
EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) - EPS is used in high resolution print jobs (300 dpi) or when the logo needs to be resized.
GIF (Graphic Interchange Format) - for use in web pages or low resolution documents (72 dpi). Resizing this format will decrease the crispness and clarity of detail. If you need to resize, use the tiff or eps format, then save for web in your image editing program.
If you need to resize the logo, maintain the ratio of the logo height and width. You can do this by dragging one of the corners of the logo graphic while holding the shift key.
If you need a different file format or size, contact Laurie Ferris at (510) 643-7735.