Logo Downloads & Brand Guidelines

Branding your application, product, website, or meetup

Brand dos donts

We understand that you want your application, product, website, or meetup that enhances the Dribbble experience to be identifiable as part of the Dribbblesphere. This is important to us too, but Dribbble is also the name of our service and company, so we’re cautious about potential confusion.

Please don’t use any of our official branding—the word “Dribbble”, and our ball and script logo—in the name or branding of your website or app. Our official branding is only used in things we make ourselves. This is to prevent any confusion, so users can distinguish between what we officially release and what awesome folks like you have created.


  • Name your application, product, website, or meetup with something unique.
  • Design your application, product, website, or meetup with unique branding and logos.
  • Use our iconic pink in your branding. That’s not required, of course, but it’s a nice way of showing a connection.
  • Feel free to include language explaining that your effort is built on the Dribbble platform so people understand your product.


  • Use “Dribbble” in the name of your application, website, or product. Riffs are OK (e.g. dunkkker, drafffted, nibbble, etc.)
  • Register a top-level domain containing ‘dribbble’. If promoting a Dribbble Meetup, subdomains are OK (e.g. dribbble.yourcompany.com).
  • Create a Twitter account containing ‘dribbble’ (e.g. @dribbblestuff).
  • Apply for a trademark with a name including ‘Dribbble’.
  • Copy our look and feel directly, as this could create user confusion. For example, if a basketball is being used as your app icon please make it distinctive from our basketball mark.


We’ve provided vector versions of our logo and mark for certain uses listed below.


  • Use these graphics to link to Dribbble.
  • Use these graphics when mentioning Dribbble in an article or in print.
  • Use these graphics to promote your Dribbble profile.


  • Use these graphics to brand your own website or application.
  • Manipulate the logos or imply sponsorship, endorsement, or false association with Dribbble Holdings Ltd.
  • Use any other artwork from our site without explicit permission.

Official Colors

  • Pink #ea4c89
  • Charcoal #444444
  • Link Blue #3a8bbb
  • Jobs & Hiring #c142a0
  • Teams #00b6e3
  • Playbook #66cc99
  • Slate #9da3a5

You’re encouraged to use the official Dribbble colors when displaying the logo and marks. When using the logo type on light backgrounds, use our charcoal color when possible. Use white if displaying on dark backgrounds (as in the dribbble.com header).