The Devon County Council (DCC) colour palette was first introduced in 2007 as part of the Ourbrand corporate identity rules. These colours have helped us establish a strong and consistent identity across all areas of our work. A palette of eight core house colours and five high-contrast colours for monochrome designs were developed to make printed documents more attractive and easily navigable.

In recent years Council finances have been squeezed; there has been an emphasis on money saving and fewer printed materials have been created – and many people now look for information online.

The development and adoption of Local Government Digital Service Standards has now shifted the focus to delivering good quality, user centred, value for money digital services.… Read the rest

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