Adding a logo to your Norfolk Community Directory entry
Logo size and design
To make the most of the space available, it is best to use a landscape rectangular image of 300 x 200 pixels – this is the maximum size that can be displayed.
Logos are often displayed smaller than this, however, so you should aim to make your logo as readable as possible so Directory users can recognise it easily.
Example of a good logo:
- Large, clear text
- Strong contrast of colours
- Simple and easy to recognise
- Easy to read smaller version:
Example of a less well-designed logo:
- Smaller text
- Poor colour contrast
- Font difficult to read
- Hard to read smaller version:
Adding your logo
Both the service's logo, accreditation logo and its associated Images can be managed from the Images tab.
To add a new service logo:
- Click on the 'Add Logo' button which will open the Add logo screen
- Browse to the logo file (jpg, jpeg, png, gif, bmp, tiff)
- Add a description - this will be displayed if your logo fails to load and helps users with screen-readers and other accessibility tools
- Click on 'Add logo' or 'Cancel' to abort
Do not select ‘Use as Service Heading’ – this replaces your directory entry’s name with the logo, meaning users who cannot see the image will not see your entry's heading.
To change your logo click on the 'Replace Logo' button and follow the same steps as above.
To remove your logo click on the 'Remove logo' button, and then save.
When you are ready, click on the ‘Submit your changes from this tab' button.
Accreditation Logos and Additional Images are managed in the same way as Logos, as described above.
Note: Accreditation Logos appear on the public Service Profile page underneath the description. Additional Images appear as on the public Service Profile page below the Additional Information fields as a series of thumbnails that comprise a gallery.
This page was last updated on 12 September 2018
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