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Social avatars can be used as an opportunity to provide an enhanced and, more importantly, coherent SFU experience across all channels. Main SFU brand elements such as colours, typography and title bars are used to create a visual connection to the brand communications.
The avatar system comprises of the masterbrand institutional and services avatars. The institutional and services avatars are divided into three templates to accommodate names of different lengths.
Circle and square avatars serve available for the requirements of the major social media channels. Extensions and associated avatars are exempt from this system.
Master brand avatars
Institutional and services avatars
There are three different versions of the social avatars to accommodate different lengths of institutional and services names. The name and title bars should be aligned right and always centre to height of the avatar (both circle and square). The examples on the right illustrate the character and line count for each of the versions.
The avatars are created by the Communications & Marketing team. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The social avatars provide quick visual context of the SFU brand and leverage the channel handle name and/or cover image adjacent to the avatar to further communicate the unit.
We recommend always including SFU before the unit name in the handle.