The Rainhut logo, "a" logo, and derivatives thereof are the trademarked property of Rainhut and may not be used without prior written consent from a legally authorized Rainhut representative. In an effort to protect our trademark from being diluted, in accordance with USA law, we have established the following branding guidelines that discuss how our logo and icons may be used.
Note: In general if you use the Rainhut PhotoKit as part of a third party app and it comes with a logo already built into it (e.g., our embeddable editor for web or mobile), then that logo and associated branding already meets our guidelines. This guide is for reference should you want to make any changes or use the logo in a different way.
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Alter and display the Rainhut logo without our prior written consent.
Alter the Rainhut API to decrease the size or obscure the default Rainhut logo that comes with the editor. This is obviously only relevant if you are a user of our web or mobile editor.
Include a version of the Rainhut logo in your app in such a way that it appears to be an endorsement of your app.
Include a version of the Rainhut logo in any app that includes materials that are potentially offensive (i.e. promotes hatred or bigotry), adult only in nature (i.e. porn), or illegal in the USA (i.e. copyrighted material). Our brand is family-friendly in nature and we want to make sure there is never any external confusion about which material Rainhut does or does not endorse.
Include a version of the Rainhut logo in your app that is bigger than your own logo.
Include a version of the Rainhut logo in your press announcements or promotional materials without Rainhut's prior written consent.
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Ask for permission before using our logo in a press announcement or promotional material.
Ask us for a larger version of the logo or press kit with high resolution branding materials included. Not a problem
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