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Revision as of 15:47, 3 August 2013

1 The Haskell Brand

This page prescribes the brand, online and offline, for Haskell. This is a purposeful, coordinated effort, to bring the look and feel of Haskell together under one cohesive theme. Broken down into the logo, the palette, and online layouts. If you are working on or contributing to an official or de facto official presentation or service for Haskell, please follow these guidelines.

The current Haskell logo is this:

HaskellLogoStyPreview-1.png

The current logo was chosen in the logo competition in early 2009. Vector and other versions can be found here. Please use the version presented here.

1.2 Palette

The color palette is below:

Palette for Haskell.png

  • Use the dark blue for dark backgrounds.
  • Use the lighter blue for borders and headings.
  • Use the orange for links only. Do not use this orange for backgrounds or broad canvases.
  • Use the cream for highlighted backgrounds, tooltips, etc.
  • General backgrounds should be white or a very light grey.