A logo that represents us.
A logo is the most visible representation of the brand of the company. It quickly establishes a clear identity and supports the personality of the brand.
Logo usage guidelines
To be used on white or light backgrounds
To be used on black or dark backgrounds
A negative color version, to be used on Domtar blue background only
Domtar Paper - Color with transparent background
Domtar Paper - Black with transparent background
Domtar Paper - White with transparent background
Domtar Paper in French - Color with transparent background
Domtar Paper in French - Black with transparent background
Domtar Paper in French - White with transparent background
For EPS files, please contact Communications@Domtar.com.
Our colors are unique to us. They help create our look, tone and feel. We’ve staked our claim on a section of the palette to create our colors so making them synonymous with the brand every chance we get is essential. It helps to unify us as a brand, makes our communications memorable and separates us from the competition.
C100 M69 Y0 K11
C65 M0 Y100 K9
C90 M41 Y0 K0
C86 M0 Y23 K0
C61 M0 Y11 K0
C41 M0 Y18 K0
C92 M12 Y100 K0
C58 M0 Y100 K0
C38 M0 Y91 K0
C20 M10 Y0 K65
C5 M0 Y0 K20
C0 M61 Y97 K0
More than just a pretty (type) face.
Typography is a key element of presentation. It can make titles and headings more attractive, but it can also make text more inviting and easier to read. Consistent typography reflects the company’s enduring values and conveys them to readers.
For applications where Myriad Pro and Sabon are unavailable, system fonts (the fonts that come pre-loaded on all PCs) may be substituted, e.g., memos, PowerPoint presentations, Word docs. These fonts include Arial, Verdana and Times New Roman.
Sometimes it just takes a quick visual cue to let people know a piece of communication is coming from Domtar. Use these where you see fit to add a stylish look to your communication that at the same time helps to unify the brand.
Backgrounds: Use backgrounds to add texture and to add interest.