7 ways to use Brand Style Guides
with 7 editable templates
Updated by Xtensio
From a quick One Page Style Guide to a simple but comprehensive Brand Guidelines document we created 7 living style guide templates for brand owners, brand consultants, and content producers. Find the type of style guide that best suits your needs. Drag and drop your own brand’s elements. Edit colors, fonts, text, and visuals. All fully customizable.
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Basic Brand Guidelines
Xtensio’s Basic Brand Guidelines Template includes the essentials to get your brand marketing, sales, and business development efforts off the ground. The guiding text helps you fill in each section easily.
Social Media Style Guide
A coherent social media feed elevates the brand’s value and sets the right expectations for its followers. Set some baseline guidance for social media posts, and stick to it to better manage your content.
App UI Style Guide
Add UI elements, show interaction references, and even embed sound effects. Align the design and development team members over the look and feel of the app.
FinTech Startup Brand Guidelines
With startups, attitude matters. As the company and its offering grow the brand will evolve along with it. Make your startup’s brand guidelines live, editable, always up to date, and accessible to expanding teams.
One Page Style Guide
This super quick overview of the brand assets is useful for small businesses as they work with small vendors like freelance designers, and print shops to have some guidelines handy to keep things consistent.
Nonprofit Brand Guidelines
Keep everyone aligned on the purpose and presence of your nonprofit. Show your visual style, set your brand voice and tone, make your online brand guidelines a living hub for all your brand elements.
Personal Brand Style Guide
You may have designers, social media managers, and publicists handling your big personal brand. Or you may be a one-person show that does it all. Either way, distilling your personal brand’s visual and verbal style in one clear document will take a lot of burden out of other processes.
What are the 7 elements of a Brand Guidelines document?
How to put your brand guidelines to work along with other marketing and business documentation?
Why, and how to use Xtensio to develop your brand book?