Anyone using Moveshelf’s assets should only use the logos and screenshots found on our Brand Resources site and follow these guidelines. Only those planning to use Moveshelf’s assets in any broadcast, out-of-home advertising or print larger than 8.5 x 11 inches (A4 size) need to request permission. Requests must be in English and include a mock of how you’re planning to use the Moveshelf logo.
Balance the Moveshelf Brand with your brand
Make sure your brand is the focus, not Moveshelf. Don’t use the Moveshelf brand in a way that implies partnership, sponsorship or endorsement. Don’t combine any part of the Moveshelf brand with a company name, trademarks or other generic terms. Moveshelf content shouldn’t be more than 50 percent of your design nor the most prominent feature. Avoid trademarks, names, domain names, logos or other content that could be confused with Moveshelf.
Keep the word Moveshelf consistent
Keep the word Moveshelf capitalized and in same font size and style as the content surrounding it. Don’t modify, abbreviate or translate the word Moveshelf, or use any of our logos to replace it. Don’t combine “Move” or “shelf” with your own brand. If you offer an app, website or other product or service that uses the Moveshelf APIs or is otherwise compatible with or related to Moveshelf, you may describe how your application, website or product relates to Moveshelf. For example, you may say that your app is "for Moveshelf" or that the name of your campaign is "on Moveshelf".