Navy Brand Guidelines

Resources for presenting the NAvy brand consistently and professionally.

Naming

“Navy” is a singular term, always written with a capital “N”. It serves as the name of our organization and our software (not “Navy software”). To refer to specific releases from Navy, we request that you capitalize them as proper nouns (e.g., “Navy Method”). Please use #navy for social media tags.

Usage

Ensure that there is ample space surrounding Navy's assets. Regardless of whether they are sized large or small, they should have enough breathing room. They must not appear congested or disorganized.

This is a friendly reminder that the provided graphics are proprietary and protected under intellectual property laws. Do not alter these files in any way, display these graphics in a way that implies a relationship, affiliation, or endorsement by Navy of your product, service, or business. Do not use these graphics as part of your own product, business, or service’s name, or combine these graphics with any other graphics without written consent from Navy. Get in touch if you have questions.

Navy Logo

For tight layouts or logo-only grids, the Navy logomark is a concise way to refer to Navy. Use with good judgment for your audience, as the Navy wordmark has stronger brand recognition.

Navy Woodmark

The Navy wordmark should be used in all references to Navy as space allows. Monochrome usage is preferred with the brand colors below.

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Colors

The Navy wordmark should be used in all references to Navy as space allows. Monochrome usage is preferred with the brand colors below.