Our logo appears in two variations.
The freeCodeCamp logo is designed for use primarily with on a dark green background. For instances in which the full color logo is not practical, the colors and color combinations shown here are approved alternatives.
freeCodeCamp uses one consistent open-source type, Lato, with various font weights to ensure readability and typographical hierarchy.Download Lato
freeCodeCamp uses SaxMono, for our logo.Download SaxMono
freeCodeCamp uses Ubuntu Mono for our code editor.Download Ubuntu Mono
These are the colors that make up the freeCodeCamp color palette. They are approved for use with all freeCodeCamp materials.
To maintain the integrity of the freeCodeCamp logo, it is important that one provides adequate space around the logo.
To ensure enough spacing give 50px or greater padding to each side.
The consistent application of color plays an extremely important role in the freeCodeCamp identity system.
The examples below illustrate a few inappropriate applications of the logo.
Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with anymore questions about the freeCodeCamp style guide.