Well, this is it. The last batch of updates to the brand standards. Over the course of the last year, we’ve updated over 25 sections to include the latest changes to our brand, new examples, and (hopefully) clearer guidelines that help all our designers, agencies, and Red Hatters make our brand stronger and more consistent.
We’re almost done with our year-long project to update and expand our brand standards! This final set of updates covers more ground than the first two, so we’re going to split it into two blog posts for you. Up first, an update to our brand personality, a change to our icon library, a brand new
The Red Hat Brand team just released Overpass 3.0, designed by the wonderful people at Delve Fonts. You can read more about the release on the official Red Hat Blog and get the files at overpassfont.org. Made for designers and developers The entire Overpass family was crafted to empower quality design With eight weights plus
We’re continuing to update and expand our brand standards, and have another 8 sections to share with you! Like the first round of updates, these changes will live online (we won’t be reprinting the book yet) and we’ll explain each change and the reasoning behind it here. Most of the changes this time are small
Brands are living things that constantly grow and evolve. Brand standards must grow and evolve too, to meet new needs and reflect new ways to use core elements. We launched the fourth edition of the Red Hat Brand Standards in January 2015, so it’s time for an update. We won’t be reprinting the physical book,