Download Center

Please review the instructions below to download a file format that is appropriate for your project. Trying to print a T-shirt with a file intended only for use on the Web, for example, could result in a blurry-looking T-shirt! Please note that all file formats below are primarily for use on Windows-compatible PCs, but should also work on Macintosh computers.

Note that all of these logos assume a white background. If you need a logo with white type to place on a dark background, please contact webminister@dignityusa.org.

To download logos: Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) on the links below and choose the option that allows you to save the file to your hard drive: either "Save Target As…", "Save As…", or "Save Link As…"., depending on your browser. Save the file to your C:\ drive or desktop (do not open). Open Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Adobe InDesign, Quark XPress, or another desktop publishing program and "Insert Picture File" or "Place" as you would any other graphic. (Tip: simply double-clicking the file icon may not open the file unless you have a graphic program such as Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand, or Adobe Photoshop. Don't panic…you might still be able to work with it.)

Need help? If you have questions about the logo or could use some advice on working with graphics, please contact Logan at webminister@dignityusa.org. Thank you, and best wishes for your Dignity marketing project!

If you're designing a print advertisement or other publication

Click to download a compressed high-resolution .TIF file in color (CMYK format) or in black & white. Save it to your C:\ drive (do not open) and "Insert Picture File" or "Place" into Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Adobe PageMaker, Quark XPress, or other desktop publishing program. (Tip: simply double-clicking will not open the file unless you have Adobe Photoshop on your computer.)

As an alternative, you may choose a high-resolution Bitmap (.BMP) file in color (CMYK format) or in black & white. Follow the directions above.

If you're designing stationery (requiring three colors), or a textile such as a T-shirt or banner…

Click to download an .EPS file in color (Pantones) or in black & white. Save it to your C:\ drive (do not open) and "Insert Picture File" or "Place" into Microsoft Word, Adobe PageMaker, Quark XPress, or other desktop publishing program. (Tip: simply double-clicking will not open the file unless you have a vector-art program such as Adobe Illustrator or Macromedia FreeHand.)

When displaying in very small spaces — such as the stitching on hats/polo shirts, where the tagline could become muddied — you may want to download the version without the tagline (color).

If you're designing a presentation in PowerPoint…

Click to download a compressed high-resolution .TIF file in color (RGB format). Save it to your C:\ drive (do not open) and "Insert Picture File" into Microsoft PowerPoint or another multimedia program. (Tip: simply double-clicking will not open the file unless you have Adobe Photoshop or another graphics program on your computer.)

If you need a .JPEG version of the file…

.JPEG is a popular file format that can be used in a variety of programs, including MS PowerPoint, MS Publisher, or websites. Note that the colors do not "separate" well when printed, so it is inadvisable to use JPEGs on T-shirts or other textiles.

Click to download a .JPEG file in color (RGB format) or black-and-white (RGB format) Save it to your C:\ drive (do not open) and "Insert Picture File" into your program. (Tip: simply double-clicking will not open the file unless you have Adobe Photoshop or another graphics program on your computer.)

If you're designing a Dignity chapter website…

Right-click on one of the .GIF images below and "Download" or "Save" file to your C:\ drive. (Or, on a Macintosh, control-click and select "Download Image to Disk".) You may then "Insert" into a Web layout program such as Microsoft FrontPage or Macromedia Dreamweaver, or create a link in straight HTML, and upload to your ISP's Web server. Please set BORDER="0" in the Image source code.

If you have any questions about file formats, please feel free to contact webminister@dignityusa.org. Best wishes for your Dignity marketing project!