Rules for the logo:
- Do not rotate the logo other than 45 degree angles.
- Do not recolor the logo.
- Do not put the logo on a complicated background without a black or white outline of 10 to 15 pixels.
- Do not change the dimensions of the logo.
- If you need a square version of the logo image, use a generic transparent square with the Keter logo being no more than 1/4th the length of the logo from either top and bottom.
- Using the Keter logo as the "K" in typed fonts is allowed, but preferably not as it is mostly meant for official branding.
- When taking about Keter, use a san-serif font, like Helvetica or FreeSans.
- Please only use Keter branding colors when using non-JPEG backgrounds.
The official Keter colors:
A couple other of brand things to note. We LOVE internet culture references (Heck, the name Keter comes from the SCP Wiki). Many of our sub projects, tools, and even here in branding, we add subtle nods to some of our favorite internet culture references.Here are a couple examples.
Toppit Green is a not-so-subtle nod to InnerSloth Studios for their Henry Stickman games (which we LOVE), and Toppit being a single vowel change from the criminal organization "The Toppat Clan" which first appeared in the game Henry Stickman: Infiltrating the Airship.
Ginacc is just a lucky word-ified version of the acronym of the one line "Green is not a creative color!" from a song within an early episode of Don't Hug Me, I'm, Scared.
Zero-Eh is less of a reference to a show/movie/series and stuff like that. It is actually because of the common usage of the term "eh" in many Coloradans (including Kai Lyons, who lives in Colorado Springs, CO), as well as the common stereotype of Canadian's saying "eh" a lot, though it is probably more of a Coloradan thing.
As Keter (and Fivnex in general) grows, there will be more references. While we do use a Fivnex-standardized versioning scheme (SER8-14-3), Fivnex allows for any form of versioning code names. Obviously, every release will be named after some of our favorite SCP anomalies. Fittingly, the first public releases (*1.xx releases (ex:
E1.56, etc)) will be under the code name "Sculpture." Even though, yes, SCP-173 (a.k.a. The Sculpture) is Euclid class, it should be the only Euclid class SCP anomalies to actually be used. Other code-names will come from SCP identities that come from this list.
Keep an eye out for references, we love using them wherever it makes sense!