Our logo is our most distinctive brand element, and will be the tool you rely on more than any other when creating Google Fiber things and experiences.
This is the logo you will use the most. Use it whenever you can.
Use this logo on backgrounds that are dark or black. You may use this logo on photo backgrounds too, as long as they’re in an area of the photo where you can really see it. If the photo is too light, use the one-color logo.
If you need to give Google Fiber a subtler presence, use this logo. It’s useful in sponsor lists with other companies, for example. Also use this if the full-color logo isn’t an option, like in black-and-white print.
Usage do’s and don’ts
Use the reverse logo on color backgrounds.
For partnerships, use the full-color logo on white, or match the other logos with the one-color in grey.
Don’t use the reverse logo on light backgrounds.
Don’t use the one-color logo on dark backgrounds.
Don’t use the reverse logo on imagery that makes it hard to read.
Don’t use the full-color logo on a dark background.
Don’t change the order of the colors in the full-color logo.
Don’t change the color of the one-color logo.
The more space you give our logo, the greater impact it can have. The amount of clear space around the logo should be equal to or greater than the height of the “G” in Google.
The minimum size for screen application of the logo is 24 dp in height. The minimum size for applying the logo in print application is 0.125 in./3.1 mm in height.
Placement do’s and don’ts
Place the logo in the corner with the appropriate clear space.
Don’t move the logo too close to the edge or other elements that violate clear space.
Don’t change the spacing of the logo.
Don’t add effects like drop shadows.
Don’t rotate the logo.
Don’t distort or stretch the logo.