MILLENNIUM TECHNOLOGY PRIZE MATERIAL BANK
external | updated 12.5.2021 (at 08:54)
The files found here on this page can be used for the sole purpose of communicating Millennium Technology Prize events. Editing the Illustrator, After Effects, Indesign and Photoshop files requires an active subsrciption of Adobe CC. Using the Microsoft files requires an applicable Microsoft 365 subscription. In case you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the persons listed in the footer of this page.
all the logo files have a transparent background. The symbol — a human form surrounded with four arches — has been designed by Ari Tenhunen in 2003. For the communications after 2021 the logotype will be typeset with Conglomerate Medium and additional texts with Quire Sans Regular (eg. “Millennium Innovation Forum”). You can download the logo files here:
you can download Millennium Technology Prize with Technology Academy Finland logos with slogan ”Awarding the Millennium Technology Prize) down below:
you can download Millennium Technology Prize with Technology Academy Finland logos with down below:
you can download Technology Academy Finland logos down below:
you can download all the Millennium colours here as a Adobe CC library. Open any Adobe CC application and import the unzipped file to your Library window. Different color systems (Pantone, cmyk, rgb, hex) are in folders, named accordingly. You can watch a video tutorial on importing and exporting Adobe CC Libraries. Yearly color sets can be downloaded here as Illustrator and InDesign (CC 2021) documents: Palette A, Palette B, Palette C, Palette D & Palette E.
These are the main colours of the visual identity for 2021–2030:
C0, M5, Y100, K0
R252, G221, B7
C54, M0, Y100, K0
R124, G197, B22
C63, M34, Y0, K0
R94, G144, B255
If you need to create large coloured surfaces, please prefer these pastel tones instead:
C2, M0, Y30, K0
R255, G248, P199
C13, M0, Y48, K0
R217, G246, B177
C22, M0, Y8, K0
R232, G253, B255
These muted tones are good for printing text in small scale, or when creating a somber ambience:
C31, M34, Y82, K52
R77, G68, B0
C77, M28, Y74, K67
R25, G77, B0
C100, M85, Y0, K30
R2, G32, B118
Sometimes you just need few extra colours – these two neutral tones will work well with all of the colours mentioned above:
Neutrality, Equality and Balance
Pantone Cool Gray 1
C10, M7, Y5, K0
R232, G232, B232
C91, M60, Y0, K0
R2, G102, B208
the typefaces used in the visual identity are from Adobe. You can use them on a website, with a valid Adobe CC license. This material bank page has been typeset by using these two fonts.
When using either of the Typekit fonts is not possible, please use Google Fonts typeface Noto Sans for all texts. It is free to use. The font is good for Microsoft Office Apps. This typeface has a good support for multiple languages – so you can typeset non Latin texts using this typeface. The typeface is also in Adobe Typekit and it has been used for Japanese lettering in the brochure template.
For situations you need to use simultaneously two languages, the typographic difference should be created with using italics for the secondary language. This applies to all typefaces. Example: if the primary language is english and you’re using Quire Sans Regular for those texts, the secondary language (e.g. Finnish) should be typeset with Quire Sans Regular Italic. Highlight should be done with bolder cuts of the same typeface. In case you need to use italics in your primary language, please make the highlight for the secondary language using the regular cut, without the italic.
Permission to use the materials may be requested from Communications Manager Laura Manas, +358 500 989 286 / Technology Academy Finland. Copyright holders have been mentioned when applicable. If you have questions about the information or files found on this page, please don’t hesitate to contact Pekka Piippo, +358 40 512 3836 / Studio Pekka Piippo Oy.