QRHN visual identity
Meaning of the logo
The QRHN logo is made up of two elements. A graphic element and the text of the acronym of the Network.
The graphic element represents a trachea and lungs that, although not entirely describing the respiratory system of the human, project a representative image of the field of activity of the Quebec Respiratory Health research Network. We find inside the graphic element, in a very stylized way, the letters "RSR". In addition, two semicircles represent the letter "Q" and the inter-relational aspect of the Network's entities, its management, its research axes and its infrastructures.
Conditions of use of the QRHN visual identity
The QRHN logotype (logo) constitutes its official signature as well as its name and is protected by the applicable copyright laws, regardless of the media or medium used. It should not be modified or altered. In the various documents, its size must ensure that the identification of the Network is instantaneous. If in doubt about the correct use of the QRHN logo, consult the Administrative director of the Network.
Bad usage of the logo
The following examples illustrate scenarios of a bad usage of the logo
|The color should not be changed||Typography should not be changed||The logo should never be inserted in another form|
|The perspective of the logo should not be changed||The logo should never be used on a dark background||The logo should never be used on a photographic background|
|The proportions of the logo must not be altered|
To download the QRHN logo
By downloading the logo, you agree to comply with the conditions of use described above. The QRHN logo is available in English and French (RSRQ). See the following chart to find the version of the logo that fits your needs or the French version of this web site for the French version of the logo.
Click on the logo, then right-click and save the image as.