Welcome to the official brand style Guide for Delta Health Systems. Our goal is to give DHS Team Members, and others promoting Delta, an easy-to-use platform to access resources related to the brand.
Whether you're looking for specific color codes or need a little guidance on how to (and how not to) use our official logo files, this page is for you to use with your projects.
If you're a member of the DHS Team, we recommend you bookmark this style guide and refer to it before creating any new documents to ensure you stay in line with the latest brand guidelines and have the most recent version of our files.
If you have questions about this guide or any of the files available, please click here to contact the DHS Marketing Department for clarification.
Delta generally uses two logo variations, our primary and then a solid white. Each logo has a horizontal version as well to give you additional layout options.
For most cases, we ask that you use either the Primary or Primary Horizontal version of the logo. However, when using a busy or colored background, we ask that you use solid white instead. Do NOT use a solid color other than white. If you are considering another color, please click here to contact the DHS Marketing Department for review first.
We have a variety of logo file types available for you to download, all for different situations:
We ask that when you need a logo for your project, you download it from this style guide instead of copying it from another document. This step ensures you're always using the latest and best version of our logo.
Here are the specific colors and codes to use for your projects. Please stick to these colors as consistently as possible to ensure brand integrity.
Our three primary colors are Delta Blue, Delta Green, and Delta Gray. We then have a coordinating shade of black, two more grays, and white to round out the official color palette.
If you ever need a little help with color selection, please feel free to click here and contact the DHS Marketing Department for guidance.
The font we use for all text and body copy is Open Sans, a typeface readily available through Google's Font Library. You'll also find the download through Adobe Fonts and pre-loaded on many online design platforms. (Note: We generally stick to Regular, Semi Bold, and Bold versions of the typeface.)
If you have any trouble downloading or accessing Open Sans through these channels, please click here to contact the DHS Marketing Department for assistance.