One stop shop to download logos, photos, fonts, and more. Need anything that’s not here? Email [email protected]
Here’s our full brand assets kit, including logos, symbols, and a usage guide to help determine when and how to utilize our brand.Download BrandKit
Please reference this folder for the following.
The Binarydots logo is a universal signature we use across all our communications. We want it to be instantly recognizable, so consistency is important—please don’t edit, change, distort, recolor, or reconfigure it.
Glyph and Wordmark
Our logo includes both the glyph and wordmark. Please be sure each element is spaced correctly.
Please use our two-color logo most of the time. Our glyph color may change in special circumstances, but keep the wordmark in white or black.
Stand-alone brand glyph
We have two versions of the Paper glyph, which we redesigned to match the geometry and proportions of the new Binarydots glyph.
Roses are purple, violets are blue, follow these color rules or we’ll come find you. Heres a quick guide with color codes to our brand colors.
We use two open source fonts paired together. First or primary font is paired with headings or display text font-sizes generally larger than 18px, while the secondary font is used with text sizes smaller than 18px (It’s a special pixel perfect, hinted font with magical kerning)
Download full res versions of these beautiful, beautiful, people, website screenshots, projects, case studies and many more. Go to this folder
Binarydots is the world’s first integrated design agency helping internet businesses accelerate growth.
The Boilerplate Description
Several elements of the company summary are covered here, including the name (XYZ Consulting), history (new company), description of services (web promotion, SEO, advertising) and why it’s needed (improve positioning in search engines), and the target market (higher education).
Next, you might provide more information about location, legal structure, and management, and offer more details about the company’s history, objectives, goals, and strengths. This is where you can highlight all of the business’ strengths and anything that might give it a competitive advantage in the field.
If the goal of your business plan is to secure funding, then you’ll want to focus on areas that will appeal to investors and lending institutions, such as why you’re the best person to run the business, your experience in this field, any expertise or special talents on the team, and how you plan to make the business a success. You may also want to address any areas of perceived weakness by explaining how you’ll overcome them or compensate.
Use of our brand materials
Please don’t use our name, logos, or screenshots (“brand materials”) in ways that may be confusing, misleading, or suggest our sponsorship, endorsement, or affiliation. For example, your name and logo should be more prominent than the Binarydots name or logo. And please don’t edit or change the binarydots logo — we like it how it is!