Publishing your logos in your brand guidelines is the first step in communicating your brand. You also want to maintain quality control, ensuring that partners or the media use your logo in the way you intended. The specification in your guidelines will lead to a more consistent brand.

Logo spacing defines the whitespace around your logo. Whitespace is the “empty” margin or buffer around your logo. Maintaining the right amount of whitespace around your logo ensures other design elements do not crowd your logo.

1Brand makes it easy to define logo spacing. For every logo you upload, you can use the sliders to create a protective space around your logo. The sliders measure space in pixels.

Once the sliders have been moved, you can also choose the spacing multiple. A common choice is 1.5x, but you have full control. When you select “Done,” the logo will have spacing defined in your published brand guidelines.

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