Eurosocial. Visual Identity

Eurosocial is a project financed by the European Union and coordinated by FIIAPP, the foundation for development cooperation of the Spanish Government. The project is the second phase of the development cooperation program targeted at cohesion through the implementation of public policies in Latin America.

Gobierno de España

The program takes into account four “macro-areas”: justice, social policies, democratic governance and public finances. More than 200 institutions in Latin America and Europe participate in Eurosocial, in addition to 19 Latin American Countries and the European Union.

The program takes into account four “macro-areas”: justice, social policies, democratic governance and public finances. More than 200 institutions in Latin America and Europe participate in Eurosocial, in addition to 19 Latin American Countries and the European Union.

One of the challenges was to get all of the program’s participants to use the same image. All of the applications and graphic resources for the Eurosocial II program were developed from the logo created for the client. Regarding the program, we also created the corporate identity manual, as well as applications for all different types of supports, and mainly those applications aimed at events, international conferences and internal documentation.

One of the challenges was to get all of the program’s participants to use the same image. All of the applications and graphic resources for the Eurosocial II program were developed from the logo created for the client. Regarding the program, we also created the corporate identity manual, as well as applications for all different types of supports, and mainly those applications aimed at events, international conferences and internal documentation.

The conference concluded with an event at Madrid’s Casa de Ámerica with all of the project’s actors, participants and entities. The event’s program included conferences, activities, and round table discussions about the different areas of Eurosocial.

The conference concluded with an event at Madrid’s Casa de Ámerica with all of the project’s actors, participants and entities. The event’s program included conferences, activities, and round table discussions about the different areas of Eurosocial.

The event needed its own identity, while maintaining a visual continuity with that of the program. To achieve this, we designed the logotype for the conference as well as all of its applications for materials including posters, banners, programs, accreditations, roll-ups, animation for the videos and the main stage.

The event needed its own identity, while maintaining a visual continuity with that of the program. To achieve this, we designed the logotype for the conference as well as all of its applications for materials including posters, banners, programs, accreditations, roll-ups, animation for the videos and the main stage.