This website section helps you in how to implement visibility rules. It is meant primarily for project lead partners, partners and their graphics designers. If you would like to read about what the rules exactly are, please go to the visibility rules. The logos, maps and labels may also be used by other parties for contributing to the implementation of Interreg Baltic Sea Region.
Mandatory visibility files
- File package “Programme logo & EU flag”: All visual elements that are required by the visbility rules in one image - the EU flag including the text "European Union", the reference to the European Regional Development Fund and the Interreg Programme logo. If you are not so sure about how to handle visibility rules - this is the right choice for you.
- File package "Programme logo": The Programme logo in different file versions - in case the graphic design requires to separate the Programme logo from the EU flag.
- File package "EU flag": The EU flag in different file versions - in case the graphic design requires to separate the Programme logo from the EU flag.
!!!Note that there are very specific requirements which need to be taken into account when using the files (i.e. when positioning and sizing the logo). For example, the EU flag must not be smaller than any other logo when other logos are displayed next to it. Make sure to apply the visibility rules.
Voluntary visibility downloads
Project design guide
If you do not want to develop your own visual identity, you are invited to make use of the project design guide. It provides the basic features such as a set of colours, font type, design grid and explains how to use the project logo and the templates provided by the MA/JS. It is also a document that can be readily passed on to project partners, graphic designers and others involved in implementing your project. With this guide, you do not need to lose time and money for visual identity development when you want to get your project started.
Project design guide (pdf)
Guidance on correct use of the EU emblem
This document aims at clarifying how the EU emblem (or „EU flag“) can be used correctly in communication of Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects. It is meant for communication managers and project partners as well as their service-providers. In the document, we point to where the rules can be found, we interpret the corresponding regulations in the context of our Programme and we provide examples from the projects. You can download the file or flip thorugh it below.
Project poster template
Template & Guidance for Project Posters: Each project partner nneds to place at least one poster with information about the project (minimum size A3) at a location visible to the public, such as the entrance area of a building/office. The poster has to display the objective of the project and the amount of EU financial support. You can use this template to implement the poster, but you are also free to design your own.
The Programme provides logos to the projects in order to help the project managers meet the visibility requirements and to save resources for short-term branding. Each project can chose to either use the project logo by the programme or not.
|Project #||Acronym||Logo download|
|1||BFCC||Baltic Fracture Competence Center|
|2||Baltic TRAM||Baltic TRAM|
|4||Inno Fruit||Inno Fruit|
|5||Smart Blue Regions||Smart Blue Regions|
|6||SWW||Smart Work Wear|
|7||EcoDesign Circle||EcoDesign Circle|
|14||Village Waters||Village Waters|
|15||MARELITT Baltic||MARELITT Baltic|
|16||Baltic Slurry Acidi.||Baltic Slurry Acidification|
|18||Baltic InteGrid||Baltic InteGrid|
|19||Green PE||Green Power Electronics|
|20||Baltic LINes||Baltic LINes|
|26||GREEN CRUISE PORT||GREEN CRUISE PORT|
|29||BSR Stars S3||BSR Stars S3|
|31||Baltic Blue Growth||Baltic Blue Growth|
|33||NBS CoRe||NBS CoRe|
|35||Go LNG||Go LNG|