We love our logo, and we’d like you follow these guidelines to ensure it always looks its best. Please use the full logo whenever introducing a piece of content relating to Melodics™.
Where possible, use the logo in Melodics™ Yellow (either on white or Melodics™ Black) – however where there are contrast or legibility issues (especially at smaller sizes), please use one of these alternatives.
When the Melodics brand has already been introduced, you can use the Melodics™ icon on it’s own – please only use it after the main logo has been introduced, or if you are sure your audience is already familiar with Melodics™.
The logo and icon’s exclusion zone is at least 0.25 × the height / width of the icon (marked as 1 in the guideline below). This is the minimum required – where possible, use more.
It’s super important to us that the Melodics™ brand is represented consistently wherever it is used. We love our partners sharing our brand and what we do far and wide, but we’re adamant that the logo, icon, and other aspects of our brand are used only as indicated on this page (unless you’ve talked to us and we’ve OK’ed it).
The brand shouldn’t be altered or modified in any way. Here are a few examples of how definitely not to use the logo:
Don’t change the typeface or mess with the wordmark in any way.
Don’t change the order of the icon + wordmark.
Don’t manipulate the icon or remove it from it’s containing box.
Don’t add additional text, or change the position of the wordmark in relation to the icon.
Don’t rotate the logo.
Don’t mix colours between the icon + wordmark, or use any non-standard colours.
Don’t outline the logo in any way.
No freaky gradients.
Please note, this is not an exhaustive list! When in doubt, don’t do it, go for one of the specified treatments further up on this page.
The Melodics™ colour palette is bright & friendly, and in application always staying away from garish or over-the-top.
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