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OsloMet’s New Logo

"We have been developing a new visual identity for OsloMet since we became a university on January 12th," Communications Director Sverre Molandsveen revealed on Wednesday.

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"I am very pleased to be able to present a bold, new logo today that you will begin encountering over the course of the spring in print, online and around our campuses," Molandsveen says.

OsloMet's new visual profile includes not just a new logo, but also a colour palette, distinct fonts and guidelines for incorporating graphics and other visual elements. 

Here is a sneak peek at how we'll be deploying our new visual identity

Students and employees involved in the design process

«The logo is simple, clean and easy to apply to different mediums, including social platforms. It takes the shape of an arrow, which is a nod to our university’s role as a driving force in the Norwegian welfare state, and as a source of cutting-edge knowledge and qualified professionals," Molandsveen explained.

Both students and employees have had the chance to weigh in and share feedback throughout the design process.

"The logo we have selected stood out from an early stage as one that would help us connect with our target audiences," Molandsveen went on to say.

Development of new graphic templates is underway

Various templates integrating the logo and visual profile will be rolled out over the course of the spring.

"Our top priority is to ensure that students graduating this spring receive a diploma bearing the new OsloMet profile," concluded the Communications Director.