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The OSI Logo: Usage Guidelines
- Logo Usage
- Trademark Symbol
- Clear Space
- Color Palette
- Bad Logo Usage
- Improper Design Usage
The OSI logo is a trademark of Open Source Initiative. In order to protect and grow the OSI brand, we have a distinguishable logo that can be used to mark software licensed under an OSI Approved License. When displaying the OSI logo, please follow our standard Trademark Guidelines. Other sizes and resolutions of the logo, some suitable for print, can be found here. Additional guidelines regarding the logo's appearance are given below:
The 'TM' or ® trademark symbol as determined by OSI must always be visible and readable for both the OSI Logo in the placements shown in these guidelines. You may not remove or obfuscate either of the TM or ® symbols in the OSI Logo.
There should be sufficient clear space around the logo.
We recommend using the OpenSymbol sans fonts as complementary fonts to the OSI Logo.
Use a choice from the palette provided.
Never use the design on similarly-colored backgrounds. Use a choice from the palette that is appropriate for the background.
Do not change spacing, alignment, or relative locations of the design elements.
Do not change the proportions of any of the design elements or the design itself. You may resize as needed but must retain all proportions.