The Jumio logo consists of a bold, custom font. Optimal kerning, weight and color choices were made to optimize fast recognition and boldness. The simple lines and shape of the letters allow legibility at small sizes and on a variety of media and backgrounds. The two colors of the logo are easily reproduced in different color modes. A vivid green “i” represents the terms “identity” and “individual." The dark gray letters give an ideal contrast to the “i” but maintain legibility of the full company name.
There are two official color variations of the Jumio logo. The white and green logo should be used on dark backgrounds. The gray and green logo should be used on light backgrounds. When a one color logo is needed, the “i” should be a 50% screen of the brand gray.
The logo should not be scaled smaller than 48 px or .5 in wide on any type of media. It is preferred that logo is not scaled smaller than 72 px (or .75 in) on print advertising.
Logo must always be encased in a blank area equal to the height of the “j” on all four sides.
Logo may be used on top of white or very light gray, or reversed out on top of dark colors, bold gradients, or low contrast images. Medium tone solids and high contrast photo backgrounds are not acceptable.
Jumio brand fonts were selected specifically for their uniqueness, accessibility, and readability. They are inspired by the modern technology that is Jumio. All typography should be either white on dark or brand gray on light.
Jumio’s primary brand font is Titillium Web. It can be used in regular or bold weights for headlines and button text. Line spacing should always be font size +10 pt. Kerning should be set at 10.
Jumio’s secondary brand font in Rubik. It can be used for in regular or bold weight for subheads and call-outs. Rubik Regular is also the brand paragraph font. Line spacing should always be font size +12 pt. Kerning should be set at 10.
Short, Titillium Web Bold Headline
Short, Titillium Web Regular Headline
Sometimes Rubik Bold is used for subheads above paragraphs.
Rubik Regular should be used for all paragraphs. On the Jumio website, paragraphs are 18 pt. font size with 30 pt. line spacing. In print, the minimum font size for Rubik paragraphs is 9 pt. It is very legible at small sizes and can be used in 7 pt. for fine print when needed.
Jumio brand colors were selected because of their accessibility as well as their relation to the boldness of modern technology. Our color palette also celebrates the vivid contrasts of our global market.
Primary brand colors
Primary brand gradient
Secondary brand gradient
Jumio iconography should always support the Jumio brand aspect of simple and informative. Icons should be solid filled, use limited shapes and detail, and easily depict a word or phrase at a quick glance.
Icon color and size
Jumio icons should only be white (when used on dark background or over photography), Jumio dark gray, Jumio blue gradient, or Jumio green gradient. Jumio icons are used to support content as a secondary element, so icons should be small to medium in size. Icons placement should maintain a distance from the content that is roughly equal to the size of the icon.
Jumio’s secodary gradient is always used for the product line elements in order to differenciate the products themselves from the overall brand. Product icons should be gradient on white or white on gradient. Existing Jumio product icons should always be used.
Existing Jumio icons should be used when depicting product features, use cases, technologies, etc. When new icons are used, their style should match that of existing icons in Jumio’s icon library. Here are some examples:
Jumio photography should always portray subjects of a variety of age, race, gender to support Jumio’s globally inclusive brand. Photos should always show a single subject using a device, either showing the product on screen or a subject’s face looking at the screen. Photos should be global locations when possible, and use a mix of indoor and outdoor settings. Biometric lines should be added to faces when applicable to the messaging. A dropshadow should be used behind photos when possible. Use images from Jumio stock library whenever possible. Here are some examples:
Photos should either be full color or use the gradient/black and white “split treatment” described below. The biometric face graphic and phone “glow” should be added to face-forward photos when applicable (i.e. to market facial recognition, biometrics, AI, etc.)
When creating background images for the Loved & Loathed marketing campaign, or other applicable campaigns, a split color treatment can be used. Photo should be diagonally split so the subject’s face is on top or left, and device on bottom or right. Top or left portion should first be converted to a duotone image, then overlaid with the brand primary gradient, and set to a responsible opacity based on the photo’s contrast. Bottom or right portion of the photo should be converted to grayscale. Contrast of the final split photo should be set so the image is clear and so white text can be set on top and remain legible. Here are some examples:
Always use screenshots from the Jumio Zeplin library. Screenshots should be overlaid on most recent models and most popular devices. Screenshots can be used on print or online ads if needed to support the messaging. Here are some examples: