The colors of TSA shall be scarlet (red), white, and blue (navy).
TSA LOGO FILE
Below is a ZIP file of the TSA Logo. The ZIP file contains a .psd (Photoshop Document) and a .tiff (Tagged Image File Format) file. The .psd file is layered and includes the word âPENNSYLVANIAâ in the top red area of the emblem, you just need to enable the layer. If desired, this can be substitute with your chapterâs name. The .tiff file is ready for publication use.
The Technology Student Association Logo (emblem) is Registered Trademark in the United States. Use of the emblem is governed by National TSA. A summary of National TSAâs policy is below for the use of the emblem by chapters and conference participants. From tsaweb.org:
USE OF LOGO BY TSA MEMBERS, ADVISORS, CHAPTERS AND STATE DELEGATIONS
TSA members and advisors may use the name, motto, emblem, logo and creed as such:
Local chapters and state associations may use the emblem on materials having public relations value, such as:
Local chapters and state delegations may give permission for reproducing and using the TSA emblem or logo to civic groups and associations who are helping to interpret TSA through noncommercial activities.
SPECIFIC USES OF THE NAME AND EMBLEM
The TSA emblem is a rectangular shape with three parts. The middle section and largest part of the emblem contains the letters TSA in a very large, bold print. The letters are white on a blue background. Below these letters and about 1/3 the size, is the name of the association - Technology Student Association - in white letters on a red background. The top portion of the emblem is a blank, red, rectangular shape, the same size as the bottom area. This portion is intentionally left blank so that each state can put its own name on the emblem, if desired.
The colors of TSA shall be scarlet (red), white, and blue (navy). Scarlet (red) represents the strength and determination of the technology education students and teachers to obtain their goal. White represents high standards, morals, and religious beliefs. Blue (navy) represents the sincerity of the technology education students and teachers in obtaining a greater knowledge of our technological world.
When an emblem of the organization is reproduced, it should be an exact replica of the emblem as registered through the collective trademark.
To reduce the occurrence of inconsistent color, all printed pieces are to be printed with Pantone Matching System (PMS) ink.
The PMS colors are as follows:
The emblem/logo may appear as all Red, all Blue, all White, or all Black. Likewise, it may appear in gold or silver (metallic), and/or etched in wood or on other surfaces.
The following are not permitted:
The rules for official emblem/logo colors should be observed. If PMS colors or RGB formulas are not available options with certain software, and only present color choices are available, then the nearest approximations to the official logo colors should be used.
If animation is employed, the logo may change or evolve during animation, but its final state should be either the one, two, or three-color version of the logo, without any distortion or color change. Third dimension or depth may be added to the logo if it does not greatly distort the logo or change its color.
Camera-ready art and instructions are included in TSAâs annual membership materials and on its worldwide website.
For the name, Technology Student Association, the Helvetica or Arial fonts should be used.