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Use of OMG Trademarks

All use of OMG trademarks is subject to the terms of the "OMG Trademark Usage Guidelines".

How to Receive Permission to Use OMG Trademarks and Receive Artwork for OMG Logos

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Using the OMG & CORBA, and UML logos on Clothing

Please contact the OMG for special approval when using the OMG logo on clothing or marketing incentives. A simplified logo graphic format may be approved in certain cases.

Colors for the Web

When using colors on the World Wide Web, they must be described by their hexadecimal values. This is the way that HTML identifies color. There are obvious color shifts from browser to browser, platform to platform, monitor to monitor. For a close approximation of OMG's corporate colors, please refer to the OMG web site at http://www.omg.org or refer to a PMS Hexadecimal Conversion Chart.

Logo Misuse

Use OMG-provided, electronic files or hard-copy, reproduction-quality art only; the logos may not be re-designed. The logos should not be compromised or misused in any way. Do not change the relationship, size, perspective, shape or configuration in any way. Examples of misused logos include reworked proportions, repositioning of logo elements, combining logo with additional elements, switching logo colors, adding a separate color background to any of the elements, or stretching logo horizontally or vertically. If there is any question concerning the exact logo usage, please contact the OMG marketing department at +1-781-444 0404 or trademarks@omg.org.  

The OMG Logo

This logo consists of the graphic and the logotype. The combination of these elements is referred to here as "the corporate logo." The logotype reads, "Object Management Group."

The OMG Logo Colors
To maintain a consistent look in the OMG identity system, the official corporate colors must be used. The OMG graphic and logotype must always be reproduced in one color. The color options available are black, white, or PMS teal #3272. If a vendor does not use PMS colors, they should match the PMS colors as closely as possible. The logo can be reversed out of any color, as long as the background color is solid and uniform. The logo can be printed over any background color as long as the background color is light enough for the black overprint.

The OMG graphic may be used separately from the logotype, but the logotype must never be used separately from the graphic. When using the two elements together, always use the entire signature to size the logo for artwork. Never cut apart the elements of a signature, reposition, re-size or re-proportion them, or substitute other graphic elements within the signature.

Due to the size of the logotype beneath the graphic, the two should never be used together in a size that measures less than .75 inches in total width. If the signature must go below the .75 width measure, use the symbol alone without the logotype.

The OMG Logo Typography
The logotype (OMG) typeface is ITC Kabrel* Ultra, all caps. The theme (OBJECT MANAGEMENT GROUP) typeface is ITC Kabrel* Ultra, all caps. Fonts can be found at the Adobe Web Site at: http://www.adobe.com/  

The CORBA Logos

CORBA small Logo

CORBA Logo

The CORBA logo and signature is available in several formats: positive black, grayscale, and 2-color. The CORBA logo is also available in vertical and horizontal formats. The 2 -color option available is black and PMS #485 or CMYK format 100% magenta and 100% yellow for the red arrow in the logo. The grayscale option available is black and 40% black for the arrow. The logo can be reversed out of any color, as long as the background color is solid and uniform. The logo can be printed over any background color as long as the background color is light enough for the black overprint.

 

The UML Logo

UML Logo The UML logo and signature is available in two formats: Positive black, and 3-color. The 3-color option is the "U" in PMS #470 (Reddish-Brown), the "M" in PMS#144 (Orange/Yellow), the "L" and the font "UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE" in PMS#281 (Purple). The CMYK format is: the Reddish-Brown "U" in 50% Cyan, 80% Magenta and 100% Yellow; the Orange/Yellow "M" in 50% Magenta and 100% Yellow; the Purple "L" and the font "UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE" in 100% Cyan, 80% Magenta and 40% Yellow. The logo can be printed over any background color as long as the background color is light enough for the black overprint.

 

The MDA Logo and Diagram

MDAMDA Diagram  
This MDA Logo consists of the graphic and the logotype. The combination of these elements is referred to here as "the MDA logo." The logotype reads, "Model Driven Architecture." The two elements should be kept as a single unit at all times.

The MDA Logo Colors
To maintain a consistent look in the MDA identity system, the official colors must be used. The MDA graphic and logotype

must always be reproduced in one color as grayscale (black plus gray tones or equivalent screen values) or as two colors, PMS teal #325 and PMS blue #300. If a vendor does not use PMS colors, they should match the PMS colors as closely as possible. The logo can be printed over a solid background color as long as the background color is light enough for a clear, highly legible overprint. The logo should never be printed over a dark, patterned, textured and/or pictorial background.

The MDA graphic and logotype must be kept unchanged as a single unit at all times. Always use the entire signature to size the logo for artwork. Never cut apart the elements of the signature, reposition, re-size or re-proportion them, or substitute other fonts, type or graphic elements within the signature. Do not add additional type or graphic elements.

Due to the detail of the graphic, the size should always measure at least .75 inches in total width (or at least .5 inch if .75 is not possible). There should be a distance of at least 1/4 inch between the MDA logo and any other elements of the piece.

The MDA Logo Typography
The logotype (MDA) typeface is Frutiger Black, all caps. The font can be found at the Adobe Web Site at: http://www.adobe.com/type/browser/P/P_073.html

  Last updated on 02/27/2014

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