Interreg Aurora logotype

All projects that receive European funding must inform of support received from the EU and Interreg Aurora. Projects shall use the Interreg Aurora programme logotype. Visibility requirements apply to all printed and digital material/products, websites, social media, activities and events. Specific regulations apply to the purchase of equipment.

Interreg Aurora logotype The Interreg Aurora programme logotype consists of three elements:

  • the programme name “Interreg Aurora” 
  • the emblem of the European Union
  • the statement “Co-funded by the European Union”.

Requirements
Following requirements must be taken into account:

  •  whenever possible, the logotype should be used in its full colour version. 
  • the emblem must be visible and prominently featured.
  • the proportion and relationship of size between the logotype elements must not be changed.
  • the logotype is surrounded by an area of clear space that defines the minimum distance to other elements such as other logos, pictures, texts or any other design elements. A white outline must be placed around the EU flag. The outline equals 1/25th of the EU flag’s height.
  • If additional logos are displayed, the emblem (the flag) must be of at least the same height or width as the largest of the other logos.

You can use three versions of the Interreg Aurora logotype:

  • Full colour logotype is the standard logotype that should be used whenever possible.
  • Black and white monochrome logotype is only for single colour reproductions, when absolutely necessary for printing or specific usage in a document. This version should only be used whenever full colour is not available.
  • Negative or white version logotype is only for single colour reproductions, when absolutely necessary for printing or specific usage in a document. This version should only be used whenever full colour is not available.