This page contains copies of the SRP logo for download. If you produce documents or web pages that use the logo, please use one of the formats from this page. (To understand why, please see the explanation below.)
Unfortunately, different programs need different formats, so please choose a format according to what program you to use. Each format is available in five colours: please email webeditsrporguk if you want a different colour.
To download, choose the format and then click the logo in the colour you want.
Microsoft Word or Open Office
If you are using Word or any of the other Microsoft Office programs, or Open Office, then use one of these logos in .emf format. A single file can be used whatever size you want the logo: it will remain sharp however big you make it. To download, click the logo you want.
Mac Pages and other applications (for example web pages)
If write documents using Mac Pages, or use the logo on a website, then you need to use one of these logos in .png format. They come in two sizes
Large (800×800 pixels)
These are suitable for documents and for images on a web page from 300-800 pixels wide. For images of width 200px or less, use the smaller version below.
Small (200×200 pixels)
Use these for images on a web page between 100-200 pixels, The logo is too complicated to render well below 100px; above 200px, use the larger version above.
The masters of these logos are in scalable vector graphics (.svg) format. If you are using software that can work with .svg files, you can download these versions.
(Note that athough modern browsers display .svg files, many older ones do not so you should not use these on web pages.)
Here is a document that shows the difference between the old and new formats.
The new .emf (and .svg) logos are scalable: that means that whatever size you make them, they appear sharp. In contrast the .gif and .jpg formats used up to January 2013 are bitmap formats: they look ragged when printed or when displayed at large sizes. In addition, the old copies are not transparent, so look wrong with anything other than a white background.
Unfortunately not every program will accept scalable formats (though most will) so I have made the bitmap (.png) images as well. These are higher resolution than the previous .gif or .jpg images, so they look better although they cannot be expanded indefinitely. They are also transparent.