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Using the American Translators Association (ATA) Logo

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ATA Logo Usage Guidelines

Using the ATA logo on business cards, websites, and stationery is a great way to put your Association membership to work for you. It's an effective marketing tool that quickly spotlights your professional affiliation and enhances your business image.

Who Can Use the ATA Logo?

  • ATA members
  • ATA divisions
  • ATA chapters
  • ATA affiliates

What ATA Logo Designs Are Available?

  • Website
  • Business Card
  • Email Signature
  • Print Material

Where Can the ATA Logo Be Used?

  • May be used on member websites, business cards, email signature, stationery, and other print material to indicate ATA membership.

Where Can't the ATA Logo Be Used?

  • May not be used on merchandise or other promotional products.
  • May not be used to state or imply that ATA has endorsed a member or a member's products and services.

Warning!

An individual member logo may not be displayed on a corporate member's website.


General Guidelines

  • The Association's logo and any marks associated with the Association are the property of the Association and are protected by state and federal laws.

  • Use of the ATA logo is a benefit of membership and is restricted to ATA members in good standing.

  • The logo must be displayed in a positive manner. It may not be used to depict ATA or any of its members, services, products, or affiliates in a negative way.

  • Each logo design must be used for its stated purpose. The designs are not interchangeable.

  • The logo must indicate that it is being displayed by a member of ATA. If the word "Member" is not included in the design you receive from ATA, then the text "An individual member of the American Translators Association" or "A corporate member of the American Translators Association" must accompany its use.

Logo Usage

Design

  • May be resized but original proportions must remain unchanged
  • May not be taken apart or combined with other design elements
  • May not be altered or otherwise modified
  • Color must be either PMS 648, black, or reversed white

Usage in Print

  • Must be the version approved for print or business cards
  • Must be displayed in accordance with all guidelines above
  • May not be combined with other graphical elements
  • May include www.atanet.org

Usage Online

  • Must be the version approved for Internet or email use
  • Must be displayed in accordance with all guidelines above
  • May not be combined with other graphical elements
  • Should link to the ATA website

How to Obtain the ATA Logo

Please email your request to Mary David at ATA Headquarters. You must include your membership number. Allow five business days for your request to be verified.

By making this request, you agree to follow the logo guidelines listed above.

Forgot Your Membership Number? No problem. Go to www.atanet.org/membersonly and click "I do not remember my ATA number."

Thank you for being a member of the American Translators Association and for promoting ATA!


Legal

Termination of Use

The ATA logo is a unique symbol that represents and identifies the Association and its activities. It is essential that the logo be used properly to ensure its continued value to the Association and its members. Therefore, ATA reserves the right to immediately terminate the use of its logo to anyone at any time.

Changes to These Guidelines

ATA reserves the right to change these guidelines solely at its own discretion.


Questions?

Please contact Mary David at ATA Headquarters.