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[[Image:OSGeo Logo 150by65 pixel.png|thumb|right|150px|Logo in 150 pixels width]]
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[[Image:Osgeo-logo.png|thumb|right|300px|OSGeo Logo]]  
[[Image:OSGeo 200 85 pixel.png|thumb|right|200px|Logo in 200 pixels width]]
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[[Image:OSGeo logo 750 317.png|thumb|right|750px|Logo in 750 pixels width]]  
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This page shows a selection of all official OSGeo Foundation logos in PNG format and several resolutions. For full scalability use the [http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/browser/marketing/logo/svg/OSGeo_logo.svg?format=raw OSGeo Logo SVG] version available in SVN together with more versions and formats: http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/browser/marketing/logo
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Please read the [https://github.com/OSGeo/osgeo/blob/master/marketing/branding/styleguide-osgeo.pdf style guide] to learn how to use the OSGeo logo.
  
== Trademark ==
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You find all files on [https://github.com/OSGeo/osgeo/tree/master/marketing/branding github]:
Please make sure to read the [[TrademarkGuidelines | OSGeo Trademark Guidelines]]!
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== Official Versions ==
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* [https://github.com/OSGeo/osgeo/blob/master/marketing/branding/styleguide-osgeo.pdf style guide]
'''Please use these logos sensibly to keep our brand clean.''' If you have trouble finding the right size or format please contact us.
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* [https://github.com/OSGeo/osgeo/tree/master/marketing/branding/logo OSGeo logo]
  
The general OSGeo tag line is '''"Your Open Source Compass"'''. There are three additional official tag lines for the sponsors reading * "Sustaining", "Supporting" and "Associate". Two special versions have been designed for OSGeo projects reading "Project" for graduated projects and "Incubation" for projects that are still in incubation. These versions may only be used by Open Source software projects which have applied for [[Incubation]] or graduated and comply to the OSGeo quality criteria - the OSGeo way of doing Open Source Geospatial.
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The style guide provides colors and font information and an overview of how to apply OSGeo branding for your project, local chapter or event.
  
== Colors ==
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* for headers: Miriam Libre Bold
The corporate color is green.  The logo uses 9fcf67 for light green and 47aa42 for the darker green. The blue text uses 0055a5. You can also use create a logo with a bright green 00ff00 version if it looks better on a slide show or stitched on black.
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* for body text: Sintony Regular
 
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* Light: #4DB05B Pantone: 361 U RGB: 74 178 93 CMYK: 58 0 48 30
== Fonts ==
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* Dark: #003A40 Pantone: 330 U RGB: 0 58 64 CMYK: 95 55 55 55
'OSGeo' is written in Trebuchet MS, more info: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trebuchet_MS | wikpedia ]
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* Branding Elements: compass points extending to edge of frame
 
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* Photos: drone photography, or appropriate cartography content for your target audience. Photos are placed behind a 50% transparent black layer to allow text to stand out.
'Your Open Source Compass' is written in TheSans Plain Itali, more info: [http://www.lucasfonts.com/fonts/thesans | lucasfonts.com]
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* See the style guide for visual examples of fonts, colors, sub-brands, distinct brands, color use and cartography, along with application of OSGeo branding elements to evertyhing from banners to buisness cards.
[[Category:Marketing]]
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Latest revision as of 22:34, 20 November 2017

OSGeo Logo

Please read the style guide to learn how to use the OSGeo logo.

You find all files on github:

The style guide provides colors and font information and an overview of how to apply OSGeo branding for your project, local chapter or event.

  • for headers: Miriam Libre Bold
  • for body text: Sintony Regular
  • Light: #4DB05B Pantone: 361 U RGB: 74 178 93 CMYK: 58 0 48 30
  • Dark: #003A40 Pantone: 330 U RGB: 0 58 64 CMYK: 95 55 55 55
  • Branding Elements: compass points extending to edge of frame
  • Photos: drone photography, or appropriate cartography content for your target audience. Photos are placed behind a 50% transparent black layer to allow text to stand out.
  • See the style guide for visual examples of fonts, colors, sub-brands, distinct brands, color use and cartography, along with application of OSGeo branding elements to evertyhing from banners to buisness cards.