The Document Foundation
Our main typefaces are Murecho and Brygada 1918. Murecho is a versatile and legible sans-serif with coverage for Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji ideographs as well as the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. Brygada is a unique serif family which can be used for accent applications and for body text in reports and other long-form materials; it covers the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. Other scripts can be written using fonts from the Noto project. These typefaces are all free and open-source.
Colors play an important role in making the brand stand out and to communicate its value.
The main brand color for LibreOffice is #18a303.
LibreOffice application colors
This vibrant palette constitutes a coherent whole and forms the basis on which the file-type icons and application icons were developed.
The main brand color for the Document Liberation Project is #0369a3.
There is no brand guidance for the ODF Toolkit project at this time.
The Document Foundation
The main brand colors for the Document Foundation itself are black and white, as seen in the “dog-ear sheet” logo. In certain TDF sites that encompass more than one project under its umbrella (such as the wiki), a gradient strip with the main brand colors of those projects may be used too.
Background colors for web design
These are neutral shades for surface layering. TODO: extract and harmonize from both help.libreoffice.org and newdesign2.libreoffice.org
The logo is both used to represent the software "LibreOffice" and to refer to its home - The Document Foundation.
Guidelines and Best Practices
Logos that don't represent the LibreOffice software or the Document Foundation, but are related to it in some way, may use the LibreOffice symbol to show the relationship they have to it without adhering to the above guidelines. Examples of derivative logos are logos of the individual LibreOffice modules or the LibreOffice Design Team logo. As the LibreOffice logo is a trademark of the Document Foundation, only official LibreOffice projects may use these derivative logos.
- Blog posting Colorful and Pretty
The LibreOffice logo consists of a symbol resembling sheet of paper with a cut-off right upper corner (like an arrow pointing up) and the writing "LibreOffice". For official representation of the community a sub-line "The Document Foundation" can be added, other appearances should use the version without subline.
For details please have a look at the Logo policy wiki page.
Logo resources for official representation
|Color Logo Basic||Color Logo Contemporary||Grayscale Logo||Black/White Logo||Inverted Logo|
|PNG||Bitmap||2000px||Download (PNG large)||Download (PNG large)||Download (PNG large)||Download (PNG large)||Download (PNG large)|
|PNG||Bitmap||500px||Download (PNG small)||Download (PNG small)||Download (PNG small)||Download (PNG small)||Download (PNG small)|
|EPS||Bitmap||?||Download (EPS, 300dpi, rasterized!)
|SVG Source||Vector||∞||Download (SVG) containing all logo styles (open this in Inkscape for further details)|
Logo resources for community members and external use
If the LibreOffice Logo is used by people not representing The Document Foundation, by single community members or outside the community, a logo without the subline "The Document Foundation" should be used.
This logo is available as SVG source file as well as ready-to-use PNG files in different scales:
|Image||PNG raster format (RGB color model)||SVG vector format (RGB color model)||EPS vector format (CMYK color model)||other formats/color models (Pantone, HKS)|
|100 px width
||SVG source file||Please ask at the Design mailing list for such files||Please ask at the Design mailing list for such files|
LibreOffice introduced the Community flavor with release 7.1.