PNG files can also be used in MS Office programs at 100 per cent of size or less, following the same save/insert file process as wmf files above. They can also be used in website design work and the files on the branding website have a transparent background, so can be placed over other objects and colours.
Png files can be used on web pages.
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) format
JPEG is a standard method of compressing photographic images. We also call JPEG the file format which employs this compression.
JPEG is mostly used for storing and transmitting photographs on the World Wide Web, but not as well suited for line drawings and other textual or iconic graphics because its compression method performs badly on these types of images.
The logo in JPEG format will always have a white background - JPEGS are not transparent.
The JPEG format is to be used only when an EPS format is not able to be used.
When should I use the ACT Government logo and when should I use a directorate logo to acknowledge government support?
The ACT Government logo should be used when acknowledging ACT Government support through a general grant scheme or donation. The directorate logo should be used when acknowledging support provided by a specific directorate. If more than one directorate supports your organisation/project/initiative you should use the ACT Government logo.
What colours can I use for the logo? Can I choose the colour for my purposes?
The only permissible colour for the ACT Government logo is mid blue (technical specifications are: PMS 293; RGB values: 0/71/186; CMYK values: 100/57/0/2). The logo may also be printed in black or reversed out in white.
Who can I contact for further assistance?
Please contact the Communications and Engagement Unit of the Chief Minister and Cabinet Directorate on 6205 3188 or 6207 6457 or email firstname.lastname@example.org