Skcript's Logo
Skcript's Logo



The use of our trademark logo is subject to copyright terms, and this guide will show you the correct usage under our brand name.

Company Book

The best way to approach the Skcript Brand Guide is to start by learning about our company culture, mission and vision. We’re putting in the final touches to our Company Playbook and both the online and downloadable versions will be available soon.

Brand Diction

Skcript to be pronounced similar to Script, but with a stronger k.


Right from our website to all our printed material, our font is everywhere. We use only capital letters for headings.

We use Inter UI Font.



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A bold, handwritten logo that catches your eye the minute you see it.


The Skcript brand mark includes the name Skcript and logo, and any word, phrase, image, or other designation that identifies the source or origin of any of Skcript's products. Please don't modify the marks or use them in a confusing way, including suggesting sponsorship or endorsement by Skcript, or in a way that confuses Skcript with another brand (including your own).

The Skcript Scribble Mark

Used in areas where the entire name would look too small or awkward. For example, in a Twitter profile or website favicon.

Logo Size / Logo Safe Zones

The safe zone for the Skcript logo or Scribble mark can be determined by positioning it in the center of the canvas. This is the absolute minimum safe space between the logo itself and other elements, or even the canvas itself, to keep an optimal visual integrity.

Logo Misuse

  • Please don’t use any logos or similar imagery to represent Skcript other than the ones found in the Skcript Brand Guide.
  • Please don’t rotate the Scribble mark or alter the positioning in relation to the Skcript name.
  • Please don’t change the colors on the Scribble logo.
  • Please don’t overprint or obstruct any part of the logo.
  • Please don’t add special effects to the logo.
  • Please don’t use old versions or any other marks or logos to represent our brand.






  • You're entitled to say that you partner with Skcript (we like people working with us!), but please don't use the Scribble mark or Skcript logo as part of the name of your company, application, product, or service, or in any logo you create.
  • Do not apply for a trademark with a name including “Skcript” or “Scribble”, the Scribble mark, transliterations or similar variations thereof.

Visual Design of your Website or Application

  • Design your site with unique branding and logos. Do not copy or imitate the look and feel of Skcript’s website or apps, as this could create user confusion.
  • You must not use, display, mirror or frame (including in meta-tags or hidden text) Skcript’s website, or any individual element of the Skcript website, the name ‘Skcript’, trademarks, Scribble mark, logos or other proprietary information, or the layout and design of any page or form contained on a page.


  • We generally don’t permit use of our marks on merchandise.
  • Do not use the name Skcript, the Skcript logo, the Scribble mark or any other confusingly similar marks on any apparel, product, toy, or any other merchandise.


Tees (Coming Soon)

These is every Skcripter’s identity. For those who follow our work keenly, this is available for sale as well. We’re coming up with some very cool designs, so keep watching this space!

Design Kit (Coming Soon)

Everything you need for your daily UI/UX fix!

Stickers (Coming Soon)

Who doesn’t love stickers?!


By using the Skcript logo and Scribble marks you agree to follow these guidelines as well as our Terms of Service and all our rules and policies. Skcript reserves the right to cancel, modify, or change the permission in these guidelines at any time at its sole discretion. For further information about use of the name Skcript and it’s trademarks, please contact