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Oct 23, 2013, 18:58 #1
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Altering the FB, Twitter, Instagram Logos for custom design and Legalities
I was recently designing a website for a client and went to create some custom design graphics, altering the FB logo and the Twitter logo. I didn't want to get hit with any legal issues so I did some research on Twitter and Facebook's websites and found that they stated that:
- Make sure the logo faces the proper direction
- You must maintain the color
- Not use the symbol in place of text, i.e. in a sentence, "check out our <Facebook logo image> Page"
- and some others
I even wrote them, just in case I misinterpreted protocol, and they told me I couldn't alter the logos.
That being said, I always see logo adaptations out there. So my question is, is there some loop hole I am missing that enables designers/developers to create similar images to a brand logo or are they just going to get fined in the future?