Using the Ultra Runners South Australia logo
The Ultra Runners South Australia logo always needs safe space that is free of imagery and text surrounding it. Use the mountain's height (marked 'X') to determine the minimum amount of safe space that should surround the logo.
The words "Ultra Runners SA" should always be easy to read. Hence in digital content the logo should never appear smaller than 120px in width.
The minimum size for applying the logo in print is 40mm in width.
What not to do with the logo
The Ultra Runners South Australia logo is a symbol people recognise, so it should never be altered.
Here are a few examples of what not to do with the Ultra Runners South Australia logo:
- Change the spacing between the mountains and the words "Ultra Runners SA" or its letters
- Use any colours other than red, blue, or white
- Choose a different typeface for "Ultra Runners SA"
- Add visual effects like a drop shadow
- Change or replace the word "Ultra Runners SA" in any way
- Change the shape of the logo
Using the logo on solid backgrounds
These examples show the correct application of the Ultra Runners South Australia logo on different solid backgrounds. The full-color logo should be used on a background that’s lighter than 40% grey. The white logo should be used on a background that’s darker than 60% grey.
Each zipped file contains the official Ultra Runners South Australia or race logo in a variety of colours and formats (PNG, SVG, EPS). Please contact us if you need a version of any logo in a different format.
We often see runners changing their profile pictures on social media to announce their next race to the world. Below we have provided carefully proportioned logos for you to download and use as your profile picture. These images (JPG files - 960 x 960 pixels) are designed to fit within both square and circular profile picture cropping standards.