Physiotherapy New Zealand

Brand Guidelines

The PNZ Brand

Our brand is a valuable asset that unites all of PNZ. It includes all the things that help identify us including our logo, colours and fonts. On this page you’ll find the PNZ Brand Guidelines, providing instructions on brand use. By following the Brand Guidelines we can all help ensure clarity and consistency in our communications, so that audiences understand and appreciate what we represent.

Current members and groups of PNZ are welcome to use the PNZ logo, in its stacked or landscape version, as much or as little as you like alongside any other logos you may have. View the PNZ Brand Guidelines for full details on how to use the brand. If you have any questions on use of the PNZ brand or would like any logo (available in eps, jpg and png) please contact pnz@physiotherapy.org.nz.


PNZ Brand Guidelines

The PNZ Brand Guidelines were updated in March 2019, making it easier to use the PNZ brand and helping ensure we’re communicating as a united organisation. If you choose to display the PNZ logo, please use these guidelines. You’ll see in our brand architecture (below) that PNZ Blue is our unifying colour and is preferably used in communications material.


Branch, Special Interest Group (SIG) and Tae Ora Tinana Logos

Both stacked and landscape versions of the logo are available for Branches, SIGs and Tae Ora Tinana. These are versions of the PNZ logo with the group name beside them, like that for the Older Adult SIG below. PNZ groups are welcome to use the main PNZ logo or the logo with their group's name alongside any other logos they may have.


Members

Please download the PNZ Member (in blue square) and PNZ Member (with white background) logos (right click on the logo when it opens and select save image as). You may have issues viewing the logo files below if using older versions of Internet Explorer. Please try using a more recent version of Internet Explorer (version 11 or higher), Google Chrome or Firefox if this happens.


    Page updated October 2020