TinyEmail™ uses five main brand colours:
Geometric sans serif typefaces have been a popular design tool ever since these actors took to the world’s stage. Poppins is one of the newcomers to this long tradition. With support for the Devanagari and Latin writing systems, it is an internationalist take on the genre.
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TinyEmail™ sports two version of brand representation through logotype and logomark.
The logotype must always be written as TinyEmail–with the letters “T” and “E” capitalized and conjoined.
TinyEmail™ is a registered trademark and must always be accompanied by the trademark “®” symbol upon first initialization on a written page.
The typeface is the brand font: Poppins and font-weight is “bold”.
The TinyEmail™ logomark is currently in production and subject to change.
The TinyEmail® branding uses logotype as the main form of branding combined with the trademark ™ symbol. Font face and font-weight must match the branding guidelines.
[This section uses the sk-dark-bg class]. The illustration theme is focused on expressing interaction and denoting actions that a user is expected to be engaged in while using the TinyEmail® product.
[This section uses the sk-dark-bg class]. All representational graphics must be functional in nature and give an accurate representation of the capabilities of the TinyEmail® product.
The follow standardized buttons styles and button sizes are to be used for all customer-facing brand assets.
The default form style does not utilize labels but instead uses clearly legible placeholder text to denote form fields. Action button on forms must be of “large” size.
TinyEmail® iconography is currently in production. The icons used for branding and marketing is distinct from the product UI/UX and is intended for more visual enhancement and description purposes than user activity.