Guidelines for Garmin Brands
As developers partnering with Garmin, you can help us achieve our common goal of delivering best-in-class solutions that allow our customers to make the most of the time they spend pursuing their passions. By marketing and promoting your innovations using Garmin's developer programs, you can drive awareness of your relationship with Garmin and create more engagement with your customer experience. Please use the following Garmin brand guidelines and imagery provided at the links below to effectively and accurately present Garmin’s brands to your customers.
Consumer Style Guide
The Garmin Consumer Brand Style Guide is a valuable resource for designers and developers who wish to integrate the Garmin brand into their affiliated products. You’ll find guidance for logo use, typefaces, colors, iconography, photography, tone of voice and more in this comprehensive guide.
Garmin Connect Guidelines
Garmin Connect is the one-stop source for health and fitness data. You can use Garmin Connect imagery to represent the API integrations you enable for your customers by following the guidelines for color, typefaces, logos and other imagery found here.
Connect IQ Guidelines
Connect IQ enables developers to build unique wearable, cycling computer and outdoor handheld experiences leveraging Garmin device sensors and features. Promote the Connect IQ apps you develop using the guidance found here.
Garmin Pay Guidelines
Garmin Pay is a contactless payment solution designed for people who are always on the move. If your product is aligned with the innovative Garmin Pay feature, these are the images, guidelines and more that you need to highlight your Garmin Pay implementation or enablement.
Garmin Ready Guidelines
The Garmin Ready™ program provides you with a way to communicate to your customers hardware that is compatible with select Garmin products through a certified process. If approved, these are the digital assets and logos to communicate that your approved products are Garmin Ready.