lockup

13:25 Dec 18, 2017
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English to Romanian translations [PRO]
Marketing - Marketing / Market Research / logo final?
English term or phrase: lockup
The anniversary emblem must always be used in conjunction with the anniversary line. This may take the form of either the stacked lockup or the mosaic lockup. Artwork for the stacked lockup is available for download in each of the 14 approved colour schemes.

Ce am gasit eu:
https://brand.iu.edu/design/logos-lockups/marketing-lockups....

http://cbgraphics.net/2015/06/16/design-definitions-logos/
Lockup: There are two definitions of “lockup”. The traditional definition is: the final form of a logo, with all it’s elements. For example, the final lockup version of the Nike logo has the swoosh and “Nike” text. But you often see the swoosh on it’s own, without the text. This case is still an approved use by their brand, but is not the full official logo.

Si atunci, in RO ar fi LOGO FINAL?
Multumesc.
mara_cojocaru
Romania
Local time: 01:49


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5marcă combinată
Bradut Suciu


  

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marcă combinată


Explanation:
Găsiţi în linkul de mai jos definiţia mărcilor combinate. Este elocventă.
În România, o marcă combinată reprezintă grupajul unei sigle cu alte elemente grafice sau textuale stilizate.


    Reference: http://www.osim.ro/marci/ghid_marci.htm
Bradut Suciu
Romania
Local time: 01:49
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian
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