pebble tossers identity

Within this guideline you will find direction on the assets and applications which make up our pebble tossers brand identity. It’s through this guide we ensure our brand presents itself consistently and professionally, and that you have the appropriate know-how and tools to produce communication materials that reflects our bold and contemporary brand.

Please note that this document is forever evolving as we are growing as an organization. We will be sure to share any new versions as they are developed.

our typography

Our brand typography should be all in poppins. Poppins has many variations of the font family but no other font should ever be used on any branded material including both online and printed material.


click here to download poppins

our color palettes

Our color palette keeps our traditional branded blue, while pushing the brightness of the brand to be cleaner and evoke more joy and energy! These 3 colors should be the primarily used colors throughout the brand. The secondary color palette is used for pops of color.

primary color palette

ripple blue
HEX – #05b5a8
pure white
HEX – #ffffff
reflection blue
HEX – #f4fafa

secondary color palette

turquoise
HEX-#007987
deep blue
HEX-#056d78
navy seas
HEX-#05484f
kettle black
HEX-#49495b
slate gray
HEX-#d7dbdd
coral punch
HEX-#ff5a60
sweet honey
HEX-#feb332
bold violet
HEX-#7b2669

 

logos

Our logo represents the lives we are changing by connecting and donating our time and resources, causing a ripple effect in the community, passing down throughout each generation.

Right click and choose “Save Image As…” or click for a high resolution image. After accessing the high resolution file, right click on the photo and choose “Save Image As…”

 

ripple run logos

The ripple run 5k/1k + nonprofit expo is an annual event for the entire Pebble Tossers community.

Right click and choose “Save Image As…” or click for a high resolution image. After accessing the high resolution file, right click on the photo and choose “Save Image As…”