Clear Space - Some Notes about using our logo
To preserve the Headphone.com logo's integrity, always maintain a minimum clear space around the logo. This clear space isolates the logo from competing graphic elements such as other logos, copy, photography or background patterns that may divert attention. The minimum clear space for the Headphone.com logo and the alternate icon logo is defined as the height of the "Icon" in the wordmark.
The minimum clear space for the alternate square logo is one-quarter the height of "Icon", with the decenders of the words "Headphones.com" being one-eighth the height of "Icon". This minimum space should be maintained as the logo is proportionally enlarged or reduced in size.
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The Headphones.com logo consists of two elements — the Headphones.com symbol and the Headphones.com wordmark. In the preferred version, the logo appears in Headphones.com chrome. In alternate versions, the logo is reversed out of the badge in Headphones.com chrome, black or white.
The Headphones.com logo is a unique piece of artwork. The proportion and arrangement of the symbol and wordmark have been specifically determined. The logo should never be typeset, recreated or altered, which could cause inconsistencies that dilute the impact of the brand's power. In some instances when physically branding products (smartphones, software, accessories), where you are not able to optimally show the full Headphones.com logo due to space or process limitations, an exception may be made to allow use of the Headphones.com wordmark and/or Headphones.com symbol on its own. This exception requires approval on a per item basis. To maintain consistent use and ensure the integrity of the logo, use only approved files.
Examples of what NOT to do:
Smaller exposures of the Headphones.com brand may be allowed to break the above branding grid guidlines. Please be descrete in making these off case scenarios and feel free to contact us for advice and approval on any creative that steps beyond the boundries of the established branding grid.