The primary Web font for Georgia State is Lato.
This is Lato
Oswald may be used as a secondary title font in marquees and highlight rows. The must be used in all capital letters.
CORRECT USE OF OSWALD
Incorrect Use of Oswald
The only exception to the casing of Oswald is in the sub-header of the Flex2 page header.
When structuring a page or post, a title most always should be present at the top of the page. The university uses Lato Light as the font of choice for page headings. Lato comes preinstalled on your WordPress website.
When designing a Web page, content structure is an important concern. For practicality and accessibility, heading structures must follow a linear design on a page. Primary page headings must always be H1 Lato Light typefaces. Immediate subheadings should always be H2 Lato. Further subheadings should follow an H3, H4 and H5 structure. Pages and posts have an undisplayed H1 title based on the title of the page or posts to ensure accessibility regardless of the heading element used within the page.
For websites that have not been migrated to Fle(x) 2 yet, a different style of heading is used. Primary page headings and subheadings still follow an H1, H2, H3 linear structure, but different font weights are used. The H1 primary page heading must be Lato with a font weight of 700.
The only acceptable colors for headings are black [HEX #0000, rgb(0,0,0)] and Georgia State Blue [HEX #0039a6, rgb(0, 57, 166)].