🔹 Needed for NSW Government Branding
Give your product a distinctly NSW look and feel
Graphic elements are small design details which make your work recognisable as NSW Government. They play an important role creating consistency across interactions and hierarchy, and are required to meet digital branding.
Position the NSW Government logo in the top left, and use a clear space equal to 100% of the width of the ‘N’. From 1st December 2021, don't use 'lock up' logos with a line and department name.
Use a 4px border radius on clickable containers and inputs. This reinforces to the user that the element is interactive, such as:
Use a drop shadow for 'floating' objects which are dismissable, such as:
The NSW brand line is a consistent use of the line system to aid hierarchy and navigation in digital. It's applied as a solid border on one side of an object or container. It's width can be 2px, 4px or 6px depending on where it is being used. You can use it to:
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Sections and banners can also be used to apply the line system to segment content.