Tyndale University Logos

Marketing Brand & Style Guides Tyndale Logos

tyndale logo example in a vertical formatThe Tyndale logo files are provided for both internal (employees) and external (vendors & partners) purposes. Use of the logo files must adhere to the Tyndale University Brand Guidelines.

Files are provided in multiple formats designed to work for print or screens — please make sure you download the proper format for your use. If you have any questions, please tmori [at] tyndale [dot] ca (contact Tracey Mori), Director of Marketing & Communications.

Email Signature Files

Email Signature files are PNG images specifically formatted to work best in our email system (Outlook). Multiple sizes are provided to give you flexible options.

For help getting your email signature setup, please contact the Information Technology (IT) Department.


File Name Patterns

The logo files use a specific file name pattern to help you know what the file includes — here are some examples:

  • tyndale-university-logo-vert-colour-print.eps
  • tyndale-university-logo-hor-white-print.eps
  • tyndale-university-logo-hor-colour-screen-xl.png
  • tyndale-university-crest-colour.png

The first part is obvious, it is either the Tyndale University logo or the Tyndale University Crest (see examples below.) The second part indicates whether the logo is the horizontal (-hor) or the vertical (-vert) version of the logo. The third section indicates whether the logo is a colour (-colour), black (-black) or white (-white) version. The forth section indicates whether the file has been coloured for the screen (-screen) or print (-print). Some files will also have an optional size indicator such as -sm, -md, -lg or -xl. The last part of the filename is the file type (eps, png or svg) —if you are not sure what you need, choose the .png version. View file type information


Example Logo Formats



Horizontal / Colour



Horizontal / Black



Horizontal / White



Vertical / Colour



Vertical / Black



Vertical / White



Crest Logo / Colour



Crest Logo / Black



Crest Logo / White


File Type/Format Information

Files are provided in multiple formats designed to work for print or screens. Information about each type or format of file is provided below. If you are not sure what you need, choose the .png version.

EPS: is a file extension for a graphics file format used in vector-based image creation tools like Adobe Illustrator. This file format is most likely to be downloaded by people doing professional graphics work with industry tools.

A PNG file is an image file stored in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format. PNG files are commonly used to store web graphics and images with transparent backgrounds. This file format is good for in-house use on Word documents, presentations or on the web. Multiple sizes of PNG files are sometimes provided to help you get the best size for your document without resizing the image yourself.

Email Signature files are PNG files specifically formatted to work best in our email system (Outlook).

An SVG file is a graphics file that uses a two-dimensional vector graphic format that describes images using a text format based on XML. SVG files are developed as a standard format for displaying vector graphics on the web. SVG files are available upon request — asmith [at] tyndale [dot] ca (contact Andy Smith) to request this format.