Agreement: For commercial end products, usage of the RISC-V trade mark or the RISC-V logo must follow the guidelines below and is only permitted for member organizations who are party to the RISC-V Foundation Membership Agreement. The RISC-V trade mark or the RISC-V logo may be freely used for non-commercial research and academic projects as long as the guidelines below are followed.
The RISC-V logo represents our community at the very highest level and is vitally important to our overall brand. The logo acts as a signature, an identifier, a stamp of quality and should always be the most consistent element in all RISC-V related communications efforts.
In order to maintain this consistency, a few simple guidelines should be followed.
The RISC-V logo should never be recreated or typeset. Only official logo files should be used in communications.
The primary color option for our logo is Berkeley Blue (Pantone® 282). It is intended to be used on lighter backgrounds and images in order to maintain legibility.
Primary Usage: Alternate
Another acceptable color option is to reverse the logo out to White on darker backgrounds and images.
The logo can appear in Black only for black-and-white and grayscale scenarios.
RISC-V Trade Name
The “RISC-V” trade name is a registration pending trade mark of the RISC-V Foundation. All uses of the name RISC-V must be consistent with these guidelines. The name must always be written in block letters with a hyphen between the C and V of RISC-V.
- RISC-V, or
- RISC-V Foundation
- Risc V
- RISC V
Beyond the RISC-V logo and name, color is probably the most recognizable aspect of our overall brand identity. The colors we use have been selected to reflect our bold, diverse community and they’ve been named in recognition of the RISC-V UC Berkeley heritage. Using color appropriately is one of the easiest ways to make sure our member materials reflect a cohesive RISC-V brand.
When using color builds, always use the color values listed. They have been selected for the best reproduction in print and on screen.