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Presentation Style Guidelines. UBS Design. Text. 1 blank line at top of text box. UBS Headline font must never be bolded, italicized or shadowed. 1 line before 1st & 2nd Level paragraphs. No extra lines before 3rd or higher level paragraphs. 1st Level Paragraph

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Presentation style guidelines

Presentation Style Guidelines

UBS Design

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Presentation style guidelines

Text

1 blank line at top of text box

UBS Headline font must never be bolded, italicized or shadowed

1 line before 1st & 2nd Level paragraphs

No extra lines before 3rd or higher level paragraphs

  • 1st Level Paragraph

  • 18pt regular textline spacing: 1 linebefore/after paragraph: 0pt

    • Second Level Bullet Text

    • Second Level Bullet Text

      • Third level Bullet 16 pt

        • Fourth Level Bullet

          • Fifth Level Bullet

  • Text or bullets can be made bold or colored for greater emphasis

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Subtitles and conclusions

Subtitles and Conclusions

Slide Subtitle: 20 pt. Bold txtColor: Sky

1 blank line after slide subtitle

Slide Conclusion: 20 pt. Bold txt

  • The slide subtitle can be a maximum of two lines long

  • The subtitle and conclusion can be used to introduce and sum up the information on the slide

    • Subtitle and conclusion can be a maximum of two lines long

    • Re-write a too-long subtitle, or change it to a bold bullet or paragraph

    • The conclusion should not stretch further than the end of the logo on the bottom left hand side of the slide

  • The conclusion can be maximum of two lines long, with the second line longer than the first

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Layout options text in two columns

Allow 1 blank line at start of text box

Text or bullets may be laid out in two columns.

Certe enim plane turpis erat nimis et vae mihi erat qui habebam illum sed tamen.

Quid erat delicta quis intellegit risus erat quasi titillato corde quod fallebamus eos qui haec a nobis fieri non putabant et vehementer.

Allow 1 blank line at start of text box

Text or bullets may be laid out in two columns

Certe enim plane turpis erat nimis et vae mihi erat qui habebam illum sed tamen.

Quid erat delicta quis intellegit risus erat quasi titillato corde quod fallebamus eos qui haec a nobis fieri non putabant et vehementer.

Layout options—text in two columns

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Few bullets on a page

Few bullets on a page

  • The normal size for bullet text is 18pt

  • What do you do when there are only a few bullets on the page?

  • You can take the font size up to 24pt and space out the bullets

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Heading

Heading

  • Heading

  • The default heading style is 18pt bold text

    • nostrum, donec requiescat in te da mihi, domine, scire

    • et intellegere, utrum sit prius invocare te an laudare te, et scire te

      • prius sit an invocare te. sed quis te invocat nesciens te aliud enim pro alio potest

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Section divider

  • Section 2

Section Divider

  • To make this section divider slide:

    • New slide

    • Go to Slide Design in the Task Pane (on the right)

    • At the top of the list —”Used in this Presentation,” find “Section Divider” (should be 1st or 2nd on the list — click the popup arrow to the right of it and select “Apply to Selected Slides” (Important: Do not select “Apply to All Slides” or “Apply to Master”)

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Color palette

Color Palette

Black

0, 0, 0

Red

255, 0, 0

White

255, 255, 255

  • Only colors from the color palette should be used in presentations

Primary Brand Colors

Secondary Colors

Midnight

25,61,133

Sunburst

250,161,0

Emerald

0,125,53

Charcoal

100,100,100

Aubergine

84,58,135

Rust

236,100,0

Darker colors are preferred in onscreen presentations

Ocean

0,72,194

Sunflower

255,213,57

Forest

0,213,129

Steel

150,150,150

Grape

111,75,183

Tangerine

255,127,23

Sky

55,131,255

Buttercup

255,230,110

Leaf

132,255,159

Silver

190,190,190

Heather

170,153,218

Peach

253,169,112

Ice

221,242,250

Lemon

255,245,173

Lime

219,254,188

Chrome

230,230,230

Lavender

215,205,235

Mango

255,220,199

Ice w/ Sky border

Lemon w/ Sunburst border

Lime w/ Emerald Border

Chrome w/ Steel border

Lavender w/ Grape border

Mango w/Tangerine border

Emerald Border only

Steel border only

Grape borderonly

Tangerine border only

Sunburst border only

Sky border only

Midnight/Sky

Sunburst/Buttercup

Emerald/Leaf

Charcoal/Silver

Aubergine/Heather

Rust/Peach

Ocean/Ice

Sunflower/Lemon

Forest/Lime

Steel/Chrome

Grape/ Lavender

Rust/Peach

The use of red Red is not to be used as a primary marketing color in presentations and may only be used if necessary to reflect negative financial information

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Basic charts

Basic Charts

Not for Public Use


Tables

Tables

Not for Public Use


Process chart

Process Chart

Not for Public Use


Boxes organizational chart

Boxes—organizational chart

Citrus fruits

Other fruits

Bananas

Pears

Lemons

Oranges

Satsumas

Mandarins

Fruit

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What not to do

What Not to Do

Headline Bold

3D Text

Headline Italic

Headline Shadow

HEADLINE UPPERCASE

Word Art

Headline Red

UBS Headline font must never be bolded, italicized, shadowed, uppercased or used in red

Never use the key symbol alone.

No Clip Art

No Word Art

Never add geometric shapes to the logo background. Never use shading

Never combine the logo or a part of the logo with other elements, such as text

No 3D charts

No 3D graphic elements

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