Full File Guidelines & Specifications for Herff Jones Clients
Created by: Dona Herland
Modified on: Thu, 19 Nov, 2020 at 1:10 PM
File Guidelines and Specifications
Please place the following files/data in your Shared Folder. Your Shared Folder link is included in all email communication. If you do not know your Shared Folder link, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Institution’s Logo and Brand Guidelines
- Include a primary and secondary color choice - hex numbers work best. You can upload your logo here and get the hex number for your logo colors.
- Desired hashtag for use on your Ceremony Site.
- Logo in PNG / JPEG format, in color and in white with a transparent background
Clip Site Background Image (Optional)
- Specifications: PNG / JPEG , 1300 x600
- This is a background image to sit behind the search bar for the individual clips. See example site.
- Be sure to choose an image that is abstract with no text. This allows your search bar and hashtag/text to sit on the image and enables a clean look when optimized for mobile.
- If you choose not to provide a background image, we will use a solid color background consistent with your brand guidelines.
Start/End Captions for Individual Recognition Clips - (Optional)
- Specifications: PNG / JPEG, 1920 x 1080
- We can provide basic captions with your messaging, or you can create your own
- End Captions are good for including alumni, congratulations or marketing messages and hashtags.
Opening & Closing Video for Individual Recognition Clips (Optional)
- Specifications: H.264 / MP4 , 1920 x 1080, 5 - 10Mbs
- We recommend an Opening Video of no longer than 10 seconds and a Closing Video no longer than 5 seconds.
- Click here for an example.
Platform Speeches & Ceremony Content
- Specifications: H.264 / MP4 , 1080p
- Indicate the order in which speeches/ceremony videos should appear by naming them sequentially, and if they are part of the open (prior to the participant section) or part of the close (after the participant section)
- All speeches and ceremony video should be submitted in it's final version, with any desired graphics, music or transitions added prior to submission
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