AgriLife faculty and staff may use AgriLife agency logos in promotional and educational materials. Our logos represent our brand, so please help protect the brand by using logos properly and consistently. Display the logos prominently, such as on the front and back covers of publications.
Visit the appropriate AgriLife agency brand page for key elements to help properly convey AgriLife’s visual identity.
- Texas A&M AgriLife
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
- Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
- Texas A&M Forest Service
- Texas A&M AgriLife Research
- Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Lab
If you have a special logo request, please fill out a project request form.
Use the exact logo design you’ve downloaded. Please do not:
- Distort, modify or remove elements from the official logo
- Create your own logo, use incorrect colors or add elements to the official logos.
- Separate, reposition or delete parts of the logo
- Rotate the logo
- Use colors other than those approved
- Stretch or distort the proportions of a logo
Proportions and Size
The logo must be highlighted in comparison to other graphic elements.
When a logo must be resized, be careful to make sure that the proportions are maintained—this can often be accomplished by holding down the Shift key as you drag a corner of the image box.
When used in printed materials, the logo must be no smaller than 0.75 inches tall.
Clear space is necessary to provide breathing room around the logo. Leave a clear space around the top, bottom, left and right of the logo that is at least .25″.
Understanding File Types
Best uses: with a professional design program such as InDesign; when sending a logo to a designer or a print vendor — especially vendors using the logo on items such as t-shirts
Pro: transparent and scalable, it can be printed as large as you need
Con: larger file sizes
Best uses: web/digital
Pro: transparent background
Con: larger file size than .jpg in some cases; image will become pixelated if enlarged
Best uses: websites and printed materials
Pro: relatively small file size helps web pages load faster
Con: white background; image will become pixelated if enlarged