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Good data requires a strong system to keep it organized and consistent; a brand works much the same way. This brand system is the cornerstone of the Segment identity. Thank you for using it responsibly.
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Our logo is our visual identity and the face of our company. Always adhere to these guidelines to keep our brand consistent. The Segment logo reflects the pillars of our brand - it is designed to be approachable, scalable, and balanced.

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Segment Logo

The logomark is comprised of simple shapes, dots, and lines. The dots represent data, and the lines represent the pathways data follows within our infrastructure. Together, they form a rounded lowercase “s” for Segment.

Optical kerning and defined clear space, as well as layout and variant usage guidelines all help to maintain the recognizable logo’s integrity across contexts.

Segment Construction

To maintain the integrity of our logo, it needs room to breathe when used alongside other visual elements. There should be sufficient space between our logo and other graphics or the edge of the page/screen. Use the x-height of the “s” as a guide for clear space.

Segment Clear space

Separate clear space rules apply to aligning partnership logos. Use the width of two “s” as a guide for clear space between the Segment logo and partner logos.

Segment Partnerships

You may recolor the two logos collectively, only in white. When needing to do so, place a simple, perfect square in the middle to separate the two logos (see case study header). The size of the square should provide optical balance between the two logos.

Segment Partnerships

Our logo should be Segment green on most backgrounds.

When this interferes with legibility of the logo, the logo should be white or dark acai. Please do not use boysenberry purple or any other color from the Segment color palette for the logo.

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Segment Logo
Segment Logo

Our logo is designed to scale down in relevant contexts on print and screen.

Smallest sizes:

Horizontal — 24px / 0.25” Vertical — 48px / 0.50” Icon — 24px / 0.25” Avatar — 40px / 0.50” Logotype — 24px / 0.25”

Our logo is available in four forms depending on use.


Our primary logo is horizontally laid out. Whenever possible, use our primary logo.

Segment Logo


When space or proportions don’t allow for our primary logo, you may use the vertical lock-up.

Segment Logo


When you need to use the logo in a form that is too small for the text to be readable, you may use the icon instead.

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When the logo needs to be separated from its background, you may use the avatar.

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When context does not allow for use of symbols, us the logotype.

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Please review these sample design pieces as guiding examples of what to avoid.

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Our logo should always be Segment green, dark acai, or white.

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Our logo should never be typed out. Please use the relevant asset file.

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Our logo should never be inverted in any direction.

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Our logo should never be stylized with any background colors.

Dark Acai
CMYK: 88, 93, 65, 41 RGB: 28, 7, 50 HEX: 1C0732
Segment Green
CMYK: 65, 0, 55, 0 RGB: 82, 189, 148 HEX: 52BD94

Dark mode

Light mode

Both dark & light mode, boysenberry should be used in design elements that need to be supported with an accent color.

CMYK: 72, 74, 65, 41 RGB: 97, 86, 187 HEX: 6156BB

Specialty colors should be used only in design elements that require tone-on-tone pairings or variations of tone and opacity. Appropriate examples are illustration, background gradients, brand bits, and other supporting design elements. Specialty colors are not meant to be replacements to the primary and secondary colors, nor should they be used if their flexibility is not needed.

HEX: #1C0732
HEX: #5C4D6B
HEX: #92889D
HEX: #52BD94
HEX: #82CFB2
HEX: #6156BB
HEX: #8D85CE
HEX: #4D0862
HEX: #7F4D8E
HEX: #AA88B4
HEX: #D4C4D9

Please follow the rules of these proportions in order to maintain brand consistency across all brand communication. White also plays an important role in brand communication and should provide balance where needed.

Please review these sample design pieces as guiding examples of what to avoid.

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Improper use of secondary color.

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Improper use of specialty colors.

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Improper use of product color.

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Wrong color proportion for both dark mode and Light mode.

You may use the specialty color palette to create illustrations while keeping in mind:

Never use more than 3 colors in a single illustration. Exception: incorporating other brands’ logos. All external brand logo should be in their primary colors. For a simplified option, using white version of partner logos is recommended.

The primary colors of the illustration should be in line with either the dark mode or light mode color palette.

Show movement

To show movement (ex: the data movement shown through the vertical dotted line moving into the logo above), use a gradient along with a dot line. Solid lines could also be used to highlight progression.

Highlight components

To highlight the primary components of the hero illustration (ex: the 4 icons that are activated above), raise them up 20-25% of the baseline height.

Secondary components

To illustrate secondary components (ex: the faded app icons above), raise them up 10-15% of the height. To additionally highlight hierarchy amongst secondary components, reduce their opacity gradually: 25% - 15% - 5%.

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To showcase the Segment logo in an illustration, use our avatar logo (white logo mark with Segment green background) to maintain highest legibility for the brand.

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Our primary typeface is Graphik, a modern geometric sans-serif. It strikes the perfect balance between well-crafted and instantly recognizable, while being friendly and welcoming.

The following are the primary five weights used across our brand. While Graphik includes nine weights, these five weights cover Segment’s use cases. Please note Graphik medium is reserved for the specific use case of the website as shown in the hierarchy section. Please consult with the Segment brand marketing creative team if you’d like to implement any weights outside of these five.

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Graphik regular AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz 1234567890!@#$%^&*().
Graphik medium AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz 1234567890!@#$%^&*().
Graphik semibold AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz 1234567890!@#$%^&*().
Graphik bold AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz 1234567890!@#$%^&*().

For alternative usage when our primary brand typeface is not available, use the open-source google font inter. Inter represents the same visual qualities of our primary typeface and maintains the right brand personality as well as visual readibility.

When in need of bullet points, please use squares instead of any other shapes. The squares should be in one of Segment’s primary colors. Below is an example.

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