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Colours

Last edited: 15/11/2017

By: SLJ

Use of Colours

In general the colours used both externally and internally in JYSK should represent the Scandinavian identity. The colours used should be subdued as we try to keep the look as light as possible in order to obtain a Scandinavian expression.  Exceptions can be for special dynamic campaigns (e.g yellow, pantone)

Scandinavian colour examples

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Use of the Colour Yellow

The colour yellow is closely related to reductions and SALE messages in retail. JYSK uses yellow as a marker for offers and in campaign material for a wide range of different elements, material and media. To ensure that we have homogeneous appearance of our marketing campaign material we use the same yellow across all elements and media from Online to In-store (Please note that this focuses on the campaign material. This does not mean that a single non-campaign specific element cannot contain a different yellow).  The specified yellow can be used as a gradient to create a more dynamic look.

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Logo Colours

The colours of the logo are defined according to the following international standards:

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Communication blue

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About

JYSK is an international chain of stores with Scandinavian roots that sells everything for the home.

The first store opened in Denmark in 1979. 

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JYSK Blue Line

JYSK BLUE LINE is created in order to secure JYSK as a strong and international brand.

When following these brand guidelines, it differentiates us from competitors, increases customers’ recognition and reinforces our identity.

JYSK Nordic

JYSK
Sødalsparken 18, DK-8220 Brabrand, Denmark
Tlf.: +45 89 39 75 00
Fax: +45 89 39 75 01

Email: BLUELINE@JYSK.com

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