Representing the Firebase brand
Built with Firebase
Whenever referring to Firebase in the context of another app, always use the phrase "Built with Firebase". This includes in blog posts, press interviews, and in the app itself.
Do not use the Firebase mark or any variant of the Firebase mark in conjunction with the overall name of your application, product, service, or website. Do not alter or use the Firebase mark in a way that may be confusing or misleading, and never use Firebase branding as the most prominent element on your page.
The standard lockup can be used in slide decks and blog posts. It should never be used in-product or in a way that implies that Firebase is endorsing or has built the product.
Whenever possible, the logo should be represented as a horizontal lockup with a full color logomark and black 54% or solid white logotype.
Each product within Firebase has its own icon. This icon can be paired with the Firebase logo to create a product lockup.
The icon can be combined with the Firebase logo to create a product lockup.
Do not use multiple product lockups together. There shouldn't be more than one Firebase logo in one place.
The logo consists of one primary yellow and two accent orange colors.
Light Blue 600
Deep Orange 300
Blue Grey 50
Firebase also has an extended palette used for background colors and other visualizations.
Sizing & Spacing
To ensure legibility, the logo should not be used with a height smaller than 24px.
For lockups, provide at least x-height x2 white space around the logo. Never crowd or overlap the logo with other elements.
Alter or distort the logo in any way
Use the flat knockout in any color but white
Alter color, shape, or angles
Rotate or flip in any direction
Alter proportions, positioning, or placement
Replace the logotype with a different typeface
Use the old Firebase logo
Use the logo on a poorly contrasting background
Use the logo on an off-brand background
Overlap or crowd the logo with other elements
Redraw the logo
Use other Google branding in conjunction with your product
For guidelines on how to use other Google brands, see the Brand Permissions site.