Gentlent's corporate identity was carefully crafted to meet our standards and is constantly being refreshed with subtle changes. Our branding guidelines cover certain aspects of how our brand should be displayed in certain situations.
Here you can find a list of trademarks currently used by Gentlent in one or more countries. Please note that this list is not complete and that Gentlent may also use other trademarks that are not listed.
- The Gentlent logo
- The Gentlent-"⅁" icon
- The Gentlent Group logo
- The GLIX logo
- The GLIX-"X" icon
Depending on your use case, you may or may not require permission to use our brand. We're also human, and usually tolerate customers using our brand to promote their good faith projects that use one or more of Gentlent's products.
Please note that we reserve the right to revoke permission to use our brands and trademarks at any time.
If you're unsure whether you need permission to use our brand, please contact us.
You may use our brand in the following ways:
- In informational articles about us (e.g. blog posts, reviews, etc.)
- Indicating the use of our products (e.g. on project website)
- Tutorials or reviews (e.g. written or video)
However, there are also certain use cases that explicitly require our prior written permission:
- Using our brand in a way that implies endorsement or affiliation, such as on packaging, marketing, or advertisements.
- Using our brand in a way that might be misleading, defamatory, infringing, libelous, disparaging, obscene or otherwise objectionable to us
- Using our brand in a way that violates the terms of any Gentlent product or service
Our brand guidelines are designed to help you use our brand and assets, including our logo, content and trademarks without having to negotiate legal agreements for each use. If your use case is okay with us, we'd like you to follow these guidelines:
Use the brand and keep its proportions. Keep enough space around the brand. Use a minimum height of 18dp. Maintain contrast for different backgrounds. Let your brand be more prominent than ours. Don't change the proportions of the brand. Don't imply a connection between brands. Don't use oversized logos. Don't use low contrast color combinations. Don't display the brand too prominent.