NAMI
National Alliance on Mental Illness
page printed from http://www.nami.org/
(800) 950-NAMI; info@nami.org
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NAMI Logos

Below you can download the NAMI National logo with its appropriate colors, in various formats, according to your needs.

Logo style  Format  Usage

 Image

JPG
GIF
EPS

for do-it-yourself design jobs                     
for web-based projects
for professional print jobs

 Image

JPG
GIF
EPS

for do-it-yourself design jobs                      
for web-based projects
for professional print jobs

  Image

JPG
GIF
EPS

for do-it-yourself design jobs                      
for web-based projects
for professional print jobs

  Image 

JPG
GIF
EPS

for do-it-yourself design jobs                      
for web-based projects
for professional print jobs

 Image
(knock-out version)

GIF


EPS

for web-based projects
  Note: the graphic will initially display as solid white; 
  use a graphics program to add a colored background

for professional print jobs

To download JPG and GIF files:

  1. Click on the appropriate link above
  2. When the graphic displays, right-click on the graphic and choose "Save Picture As..." (Internet Explorer) or "Save Image As..." (Firefox). Proceed to save the image to your computer.

State and Affiliate Logos

You can download your state or affiliate logo with it's appropriate colors, in various formats, according to your needs by clicking here.

Using NAMI Logo In Foreign Language Documents

When using the NAMI logo in documents that are in Spanish or other foreign languages, keep the name, “National Alliance on Mental Illness,” in English.  It’s part of the integrity of this three-element graphic identity: the circle-shaped seal, the NAMI acronym, and the spell-out of the acronym in a line underneath them.  The reason for this rule is simple: The NAMI name is an acronym of four English words.  To translate them into other languages in the logo itself would be to split off that third element of the basic graphic identity inherent in the logo, thus would be a form of dilution.

However, “National Alliance on Mental Illness” may be translated into another language within the document itself—-not in the logo area—-in a prominent place on the banner or header of a particular document.

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