Branding and Logos for The JumpGo Project.
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Partner co-branding chevron_right
For all permitted uses of our trademarks, you may not:
The intended usage for each brandmark.
Our standard lockup. Outside of a few exceptions, this is the default,
go-to, everybody’s- happy version. (In other words, when in doubt, use
Alternate lockup. Use this on posters, banners or when horizontal
space is an issue. Unlike the standard horizontal lockup, do not use
this with any of the channel logos or wordmarks.
The logo alone. Use this only when JTechMe and JumpGo are clearly
visible or have been well established elsewhere on the page or in the
design. (When in doubt, use the other one.)
The new JumpGo wordmark is finally available and should only be
used in headers for navigation, or as supporting text/imagery. In
most instances, this wont be used.
Think of these as the equivalent of wearing your shoes on the
wrong feet: they’re still shoes, they’re basically where they’re
supposed to be, but it just feels wrong.
To avoid a mistake, and to keep the brand consistant, please
note the differences in detail between past logos and our most
The "globe" has a slight shade around it,
giving the feeling that it has a little depth.
The 'J' is uppercase, the 'g' is lowercase,
and the letters are a solid white.
A faint shadow can be seen under the globe.
Sometimes we team up with partners. This is how you can make our
logo play nice with others (as long as you have all the necessary
permissions, of course).
For use in co-promotional campaigns and ads, joint announcements
or press releases.
Use when one of our partners offers a custom JumpGo build for
download on their site.
Use when one of our partners offers an official JumpGo build for
download on their site, but still wants their brand associated with