We’re glad you’re using the Box platform, and we want you to be able to broadcast to the world that you’re using Box, but it’s very important that your application not be mistaken for an official Box application. For that reason, we’ve created a guide to what you can and can’t do with our name and logo.
Approved Box logos can be found in this Box folder.
Let users know when they’re connecting to Box.
Many apps feature a “connect to cloud services” menu, or something similar. In this case, you should feel free to use our name and logo to help people find us.
We’re here to help. Many situations can be ambiguous, and we’ll absolutely work with you to make sure that your app works within our guidelines. Contact us with any questions.
Please don't call your application anything that might be mistaken for an official Box application.
This means no use of the word "Box" unless it’s abundantly clear that it’s not official. For example, "Unofficial Box Client" is certainly clear enough, while "Box App for Android" is not.
If you include your own brand name (for example, "My Company Box Client"), you’re probably fine. Nonetheless, this is probably the most ambiguous guideline, so please contact us if you have any questions, and we’ll get you sorted out right away!
In short though, this means:
- Don't use our logo or any similar logo or part of our logo as the icon for your application.
- Don't use our name or logo in any way inside your application that would make it look like it’s an official Box application.
Don't alter the 'Box' logo in any way when using it in your application.
Don't refer to us as
Boxnet. Our company is now known as