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Brochures must be organised so that they project a clear message making them as understandable as possible to the reader. Common guidelines are essential for presenting KONGSBERG in a unified, recognisable way that forms a common KONGSBERG style. Use our standard brochure templates. This is a means of ensuring that the writer includes all aspects of a subject.

Page 1 (Front cover)

Brochure title and subtitle: This page shall contain factual information such as the name of a product group, an application or a subject area. All text entities have fixed positions.

Photo/illustration: The photo and/or illustration on the front cover shall be powerful and make an impression to convincingly meet the demands of the customer. The position is fixed.

Page 2

This is a standard page do not change the background colour or the text provided by the template except the contents information

Table of contents: There should be a logical structure of the brochure's themes or chapters, so that the reader quickly understands the context. This structure forms the basis of the brochure's division into various chapters. The table of contents has a permanent position in the lower left part of the page.

Second last page

This is a standard page do not change the background colour, map or the text provided by the template except the phone number and e-mail address if needed.

Last page

This is a standard page do not change or move the background colour, dot pattern or logo provided by the template except the web address that may include the company sub area such as for instance www.km.kongsberg.com/mesotech.

Web address: This has a permanent position on the middle left part of the page, opposite the logo.

Credits: The credits are located vertically along the right page margin. The credits should contain the following: print, bureau, photographer, circulation/date, e.g. 2014/June 2013.

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