Our stationery guidelines refer to standard A4 size paper (21 cm wide x 29.7 cm long).
The horizontal logo should be placed at the top part of the letterhead, on the top right for a Hebrew logo, and on the top left for English. The sender’s address will be listed at the bottom using Arial font, aligned to the right for Hebrew and to the left for English.
Letterhead templates have been created for use by the different University units, such as Faculties, Departments and Divisions.
Stationery for Officers of the University will incorporate the logo and name of the University official in Hebrew and English. The name of the University official will appear to the left of the logo.
Mail signatures come in two versions: Hebrew and English. In the Hebrew version, the logo is positioned to the right of the text, and in the English version the logo is positioned to the left of the text.
After downloading the template, fill out the details while maintaining the black or dark blue color of the text, the font size, and using Bold where necessary. When finished, copy the entire information (using Ctrl-A) to the Signature Menu in Outlook.
For those using Gmail or Macintosh computers, please contact the Division of Marketing & Communication by email for instructions:025882811
Templates for PowerPoint Presentations
There are several templates for PowerPoint presentations for University staff use only.
Guidelines for presentations:
Use black font ARIAL.
Headlines: Should be aligned to the left for English and to the right for Hebrew (and in any event, not in the middle). Maintain a consistent alignment and format throughout the presentation. Avoid using unnecessary effects in the headlines.
Color: Chose your color theme for the presentation from the palette of colors as indicated on this website and the Brand Book. Headlines should be in the same color tone as the colored bar at the bottom of the page, or a different color from the color scheme that allows clear reading of the text. The rest of the text will be typed in black or grey.