DispatchHealth has 2 logos - a primary, inline version and a secondary, stacked version. Both logos elevate words Dispatch and Health with strong emphasis and allow for clear legibility. Download plus learn more about our logos and usage guidelines below.
The inline logo is our primary version and allows the name to be read as the appropriate two-word lock-up that it is. This logo can scale as large as needed, but it should never appear below 20px or 1/4" high. If the logo is too small, it will lose legibility and negatively impact our brand.
The stacked logo is our secondary version and should be used when limited horizontal spacing requires it. This logo can scale as large as needed, but it should never appear below 60px or 3/4" high. If the logo is too small, it will lose legibility and negatively impact our brand.
Both logos should always be surrounded by white space equal to the height of the “d” in dispatch. This space is represented by “d” in the diagram. You may use more white space around the logo, but you should never use less. Never place competing logos or graphic elements in this space.
The DispatchHealth logos should always be used as is. Do not modify the typography, proportions, spacing, or colors of any of these elements. The logo elements should always be set apart from other graphics and should be clearly legible.
DON’T SCALE UNEVENLY
DON’T ADD EFFECTS
DON’T BREAK APART OR REARRANGE
DON’T USE UNAPPROVED COLORS
DON’T USE ON UNAPPROVED BACKGROUNDS COLORS
DON’T PLACE OVER OTHER GRAPHICS
DON’T PLACE ON BUSY BACKGROUNDS