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Here you will find the brand guidelines and assets for the NDEC.

Brand Guidelines V1.2


A set of rules and instructions on how the NDEC brand should be communicated visually. This includes identity, colour, fonts, and so on. Last updated Sep 2019.

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NDEC - Logopack

The NDEC logo in various formats, including JPEG, EPS, PNG.

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NDEC Logo (Outside Wales)

NDEC - Logopack (Outside Wales)

The version of the NDEC logo, which is used outside of Wales. This includes various formats, including JPEG, EPS, PNG.

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NDEC Patterns

The NDEC pattern is used to compliment design materials. Here you will find a selection of patterns in various formats, including JPEG, EPS, PNG.

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NDEC Avatar

The avatar is the mark that is used independently of the logo. It may be used as an avatar for social media, for example. The avatar is available in various formats, including JPEG, EPS, PNG.

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Thales Logo

Thales logo

The Thales logo is a key component of NDEC branding materials. Here you will find the Thales logos in various formats.

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All NDEC branding

NDEC - All Files

Would you rather have everything in one folder? Look no further. Download everything listed above in one folder. Please note this file might take a few minutes to download.

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