A variant of the Densify™ logo is provided for every use. When leveraging the logo, use the variant that maximizes the visibility of the Densify™ mark, considering contrast, scale, and proximity.
The Densify™ logo variants are trademarks of Cirba Inc. d/b/a Densify™.
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Densify™ brand colors are divided into hue-based families.
The Densify™ photographic style has a modern, desaturated, mid-contrast, naturalistic candid-casual style with strong ethereal lighting, incorporating flare and bloom.
Photographic imagery depicts target stakeholder personas (often TechOps) in a hopeful, modern or near-future, urban, business-casual-young-professional setting.
Our photography communicates agility, innovation, efficiency, and forward movement with an overtone of career passion and enjoyment through the spirit of subject pose and facial expression—always genuine and never goofy—portraying these individuals as champions.
Photographic compositions incorporate Densify™ iconography into image 3D space, leveraging the shard and slash motifs in our corporate color palette.
The Densify™ writing style is clear, concise, and authoritative. We leverage italics to add emphasis and weight to add importance.
Our service and its audience is broad, and our software and its workings are very complex. Industry terminology and technical jargon are used to describe what we offer, but we make an effort to be clear and consistent with usage to make content as accessible as possible.
When using acronyms that might be considered jargon, define them the first time they are used within a page, and every few pages afterward.
Because Densify™ assists an always-evolving, cutting edge industry, we must leverage terminology which may still fluctuate stylistically. In general, use closed compound word versions of industry terms when precedent exists, instead of hyphenated or open versions.
Below, find the version of a term Densify™ leverages in written material—examples show noun usage, unless otherwise specified: