All our communications should have either a white or black
This is important in maintaining a consistently refined and
prestigious visual identity.
The University has three support colours. Deep Gold, Charcoal
and Platinum have been selected to convey the prestige of the
Deep Gold and Platinum can be used selectively, particularly
as a finish for high-end applications.
They are also used in text and headlines to highlight key
ANU has eight colleges and each college is represented by a
colour. These are used in a subtle way as identifiers, mainly in
These colours should be used sparingly in the college’s name
and within college communications.
College colours are reserved for individual use by each college,
or for use in University-level materials.
Colour on black.
Where a colour is too dark on a black background, tints can
be used up to 70 per cent to lighten the colour.
RGB on screen
See webstyle guide for screen RGB codes. These RGB codes
differ from the listed codes for print.