Following Branding Standards in eLearning
I'm curious what others have experienced when creating corporate training and how much or how little pressure there has been to follow branding standards. Clearly company logos and branding standards must be followed, but what about things like the font in the course itself? Do you have to use the official company font througout the course? That seems limiting to me as if doing a comic book style course, the corporate font is likely not the best choice. Or, if there's a scenario with a whiteboard/chalkboard, the maker/handwriting fonts are better suited to the content. Another example would be corporate colors - again, in the logos, I understand that's got to be the standard... but some official company colors may limit or detract from the content of a course.
Has anyone had pressure to use follow corporate branding conflict with some of the smaller details of elearning like this? Any suggestions for handling this?