As a vast brand, collaboration is critical to the work we do to fulfill IEEE’s mission. Those collaborations can be showcased effectively within the brand, strengthening the credibility and effectiveness of IEEE content.
To help you effectively showcase partnerships, logo sets and lock-up* versions for the thirty nine IEEE Society and 7 IEEE Council sub-brands are provided below. These resources help to create and maintain a unified family of brands.
Use the correct logos and lock-ups for IEEE Society and IEEE Council sub-brands to ensure consistency in all of your collateral materials, technical and professional information, resources, services, conferences, and publications that reach professionals, students, prospective members, and organizations.
Each IEEE Society and IEEE Council logo set available for download below, includes lock-up files in blue, black, and white.
As an example, a visual of available lock-up versions is shown below:
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We have done the work for you! In order to maintain our established brand equity, it is critical that all logo usage follows IEEE Brand Guidelines, both for the IEEE Master Brand and its associated brand extensions, our “sub-brands”. These sub-brands include trademarks for key business entities like our 39 approved IEEE Societies and 7 IEEE Councils.
The newly released IEEE Society and IEEE Council Sub-brand Toolkits on the IEEE Brand Experience site house all current logos for these important IEEE trademarks.
Find the most current logo you need in all approved colors and formats
Need an IEEE Society or IEEE Council logo with the IEEE Master Brand incorporated? Or more than one IEEE Society logo for use in co-branded communications? Refer to the main list in the toolkit, choose your required logo, and download the set.
File formats provided in the toolkits are tailored for either print or digital projects. These include EPS, JPEGs, and PNGs, in all brand colors permitted and reversed-to-white versions. Lock-up versions have the required minimum clear space around the logo, built into the file.
Available sub-brand guidelines for IEEE Societies
More guidelines and resources from other IEEE Societies will be added to this page on an ongoing basis.
*A lock-up is the final form of a logo and accompanying elements such as a pairing of one or more logos, locked in their relative positions. For the sake of maintaining consistency in all mediums, the lock-up should not be taken apart or altered in any way. IEEE Society and Council logos typically appear to the left of the IEEE Master Brand with a thin rule between them to maintain visual spacing, while the combined elements create the cohesive mark for use.
**EPS files are vector files designed for use in print applications at any size. PNG files are designed for use in Microsoft Office or web applications and typically have a transparent background. The provided files are suitable for most applications. To reduce the size as needed, please maintain proportions by holding down the shift key when resizing. Do not alter or distort the logos or IEEE Master Brand in any way.