According to the Danube Transnational Programme requirements, this is the logo to be used by all approved projects in all their communication activities (events, presentations, online and printing documents and materials, etc.).
The 'Standard logo' version (full colour) should be given priority, and only in exceptional cases, the rest of logo formats can be used.
The 'Standard logo - image' provided is to be used in all the project electronic tools such as webpages, power points and other computer-based communication formats.
For printing purposes, the 'Standard logo for printing' (or, exceptionally, the other pdf formats provided) should be used. The colour mode of the 'Standard logo for printing' is RGB, so it needs to be converted to CMYK mode before printing. Some digital printers can however print it in RGB, otherwise, please ask your printing company to change the RGB colour mode of the project logo into CMYK mode which is the correct one for printing materials such as flyers, posters, etc.’’