Graphic elements


The following pages provide chart models for brochures and other documents. Charts must
be kept simple to express the information they contain as clearly as possible.
Colours should contrast and their number belimited to ensure optimal readability.
Charts should be principally made up from primary and secondary palettes; the highlights
palette should only be used to highlight a single item. Please use only one highlight colour per
chart or per page.

Bars And Columns Processes Flowcharts 01

Bars and columns / processes / flowcharts

Graphs 01


Line Charts Diagrams Timetables 01

Line charts / diagrams / timetables

Data tables

Data tables should follow the above principle and should mainly use the primary colour palettes.

To highlight specific items, either invert the colour of typeface and background or use one highlight colour per table.

Tables 01

Data tables chart


A set of arrows has been developed to point out specific information.

The arrows are available in different stroke weights as well as dotted strokes.
All colour palettes can be used.


Quote boxes

A set of quote boxes has been developed to highlight specific information.
To maximise impact, quotes must be kept short. Quote boxes exist in outline,
dotted outline or in solid colour. All colour palettes can be used for the quote box as
well as the text they contain.

Quotebox 01


A set of maps has been developed for use in brochures and other documents.
For small sizes, use the simple map. All colour palettes can be used.

Maps 01


Keyline 01

Carbon grid

Carbon Grid 01

Product silhouettes

A set of product silhouettes has been developed for use in brochures and other documents,
These silhouettes can be used in different colours, according to the defined colour palette.

Commercial Aircraft Silhouetttes

Commercial aircrafts silhouettes

Defence Space Silhouetttes

Defence and Space products silhouettes

Helicopters Silhouetttes

Helicopters silhouettes

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