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Program Logo Information

This is the official GDG logo. You are free to take and modify it (per the customization guidelines listed below) for your own chapter's logo.

The high resolution source vector graphics in Adobe Illustrator format are attached below. If you already have the OpenSans font, you can download just the GDG-Logo.ai file. If you want it bundled with the Open Sans font used for the text in the logo, then download the ZIP archive that contains both the GDG-Logo.ai file and a folder with all the variants of the Open Sans font you should need.

GDG Program Icon

GDG Program Icon

GDG Program Logo


GDG Chapter Logo

GDG Chapter Logo

Chapter Logo Customization Guidelines

  • The ">" mark is intended to be the unifying graphic element of all GDG logos. As such, we prefer that you do not customize it or change the colors.
  • Convention is to have leading "GDG" for the foreground text. For example, "GDG Silicon Valley" rather than "Silicon Valley GDG".
  • The foreground text should be rendered using the OpenSans font.
  • You can use any custom background image that you want for your custom logos.
  • Depending upon the background image, it is allowable to choose any color that is optimal for the foreground text.

GDG Logo Generator

It still has a few rough edges, but, it does generate SVG files. You will have to load the resulting SVG file into some other application and then export to PNG. Inkscape is a free application available for common platforms that will do this for you. See   http://inkscape.org/download/

In terms of rough edges, it doesn't seem to work for me in Chrome on Goobuntu (variant of Ubuntu used internally at Google). However, it works as advertised for me on the Mac and even on Goobuntu using Firefox. Depending on the browser involved, you will either get a text link dynamically added below the image that you can click on to download your custom logo as an SVG file *or* the application may load the SVG file into separate browser tab. Either way, you should be able to save the SVG file and then use Inkscape or other vector graphics app to produce a PNG image.

If I haven't scared you away by now from using this GDG chapter logo generator, then check it out here: http://gdg-generator.appspot.com/

GDG-Logo.ai (645k) Van Riper, Mar 26, 2012 2:34 PM

GDG-Logo.zip (1861k) Van Riper, Mar 26, 2012 2:34 PM

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