The SafeBreach logo comprises two elements: the Symbol and the Wordmark. The full logo is the combination of the Symbol and the Wordmark, disposed horizontally with a specific distancing and scale, not to be changed nor misplaced. Both the Symbol and the Wordmark can also be used as standalone versions to represent the brand in specific situations.
Our logo includes both the glyph and wordmark. Please be sure each element is spaced correctly.
The SafeBreach logo has two versions: Positive & negative. The positive version must be used over light backgrounds, as the negative version should be used over dark backgrounds.
When you’re using the logo or the symbol with other graphic elements, make sure you give it some room to breathe. The empty space around the logo and symbol should be at least 300% of their heights.
Logo Minimum Size
Wordmark Minimum Size
Symbol Minimum Size
The SafeBreach logo and communication need to be visually consistent at all times. The logo should not be misinterpreted, modified, or added to. No attempt should be made to alter the logo in any way. Its orientation, color, angles and composition should remain as indicated in this document — there are no exceptions.
Do not change the proportions of the logo.
Do not apply gradients to the logo other than the original gradient.
Do no distort or warp the logo in any way.
Do not outline the logo.
Do not apply any colors outside of those already specified in this guide.
Do not apply any shadows to the logo.
Do not remove parts of the logo.
Do not change the typography of the logo.
Do not rotate the logo.
Do not change the symbol’s orientation or rotate it.
Do not change the position of the symbol.
These are the colors that represent the SafeBreach corporate brand. They are divided into the brand colors, the primary color, an accent colors palette and a neutral palette. The color codes must be used exactly as described in this page.
SafeBreach’s communication also involves gradients, that allows for more dynamic and deeper visuals. The gradients codes must be the ones seen on this page.
In order to mantain a cohesive communication, SafeBreach’s colors should be used according to the diagram seen in this page. The colors are divided into 3 tiers, depending on the percentage they must represent in the overall communication of the brand. Tier 1 represent the colors that are most frequently used to represent the brand. Tier 2 represent colors that are used more sparringly to bring cadence and vibration to the overall communication. Tier 3 colors must be used more sparringly as details.