We are quite open to the use of our assets and branding, but there are a few rules that need to be followed.
All versions of the logos are provided by our Google Drive account here.
Do's and Don't's
- Capitalize every word in "Code For Kids" and "Code Pour Les Jeunes" unless it is a web address.
- Use "http://codeforkids.ca"
- For French, use "http://codepourlesjeunes.ca"
- Keep ample whitespace around Code For Kids assets so they appear clean and uncluttered.
- Keep the design modern, crisp, and clean in whatever you are using the assets.
- Flat UIs are generally preferred.
- Do not use another version of our url, such as http://code-for-kids.com. These redirect, but you should always use the urls listed in the "Do" section.
- Do not use our logo to support another logo unless otherwise specified.
- Do not use the Code For Kids logos to imply any affiliation unless otherwise specified.
- Do not modify, combine, move, distort, or change the assets in any way.
- Do not use the brand assets such that they imitate Code For Kids or may be confused with Code For Kids.
- Do not assert rights or copyrights over the materials.
- Do not feature the Code For Kids assets in any site that may be considered for a mature audience.
- Do not use gradients.
We have a few different colours that we use, but we try to keep things simple.
|Our black is #000100|
|Our blue is #469AD0|
|Our orange is #EC7331|
|Our darker accent orange is #E75113|
- Blue is our main colour, use it whenever possible en lieu of the others.
- Black backgrounds are always preferred where possible.
- Orange is to be used as accents, i.e. as links. The darker accent orange is to be used to indicate highlights in the lighter orange, i.e. hovering on a link.
There are a few different logos that can be used.
- Whenever possible, use the full Code For Kids logo with white text on a black background.
- If a light background is necessary, for example in print, then the full Code For Kids logo with black text on a white background is preferred.
- If there is not a lot of horizontal space, or horizontal space really doesn't make sense, there is a vertical logo. The same rules as above apply.
- If necessary the "big-O" may be used by itself on a black or white background, black being preferable. This logo should only be used if necessary (space limitations).