This is Harp’s Identity Guide. Think of it as the working specification for how Harp is presented, referenced and documented. This is a work in progress as we experiment with having an identity guide for an open source project.
Harp in 25 words
Harp in 50 words
Feel free to use the wordmark as described in this guide. They’re available to download in various sizes, colours and formats.
Try and give the wordmark enough clear space so it appears distinct from other elements. This diagram is precise, but you can be approximate. The downloadable resources are already spaced properly.
- Harp web server
Type is set in Open Sans, a type family designed by Steve Matteson.
Open Sans is available under the Apache licence, version 2.0, which means it can be distributed as part of Harp. Therefore, Open Sans should also used in any in-application views, like error description.
For promotinal applications, Open Sans 300 is used at large sizes as a main headline. Open Sans Condensed is never used, as this is reserved for the Harp Platform.
Harp’s colour palette.
Generally, Blue, Off-white, Grey, and Dark are used. Light Blue and Dark Blue are used sparringly alongside Blue. Pink is rarely used; presently, it’s reserved for the main call to action on prominent landing pages.