Stackbit Branding

Logo Assets & Guidance

Stackbit Logo

We are proud of our logo, and we require that you follow these guidelines to ensure it always acts and behaves the same. Our logo is the combination of a modern monogram and simple wordmark. While the monogram can exist without the wordmark, the wordmark should never exist without the monogram.

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Stackbit Colors

  • RGB 62, 178, 253
  • #3eb2fd
Dark Blue
  • RGB 3, 30, 52
  • #031e34

Secondary colours

Our secondary color palette is used to highlight various elements appropriate to the context.

  • RGB 32, 199, 120
  • #20c778
  • RGB 255, 165, 50
  • #ffa532
Dodger Blue
  • RGB 79, 88, 253
  • #4f58fd

Spacing guidelines

These diagrams below give a general indication of how much spacing is needed to ensure that the logo and monogram aren't bumping up against other elements.

Stackbit Logo spacing guidelines

Logo Misuse

Please help us maintain the integrity of the Stackbit logo and promote the consistency of the brand by not misusing it.

Logo without the monogramDo not use the wordmark without the monogram

Logo with unapproved color combinationDo not use unapproved color combinations

Unapproved logo layoutDo not use unapproved logo layout

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