Branding resources

Thank you for using Oxford Languages world-renowned language data in your product.
 
As part of the terms and conditions you may be required to attribute ‘Powered by Oxford Languages’ in any product that incorporates our language data. Please follow these guidelines for the topics below:
 

 

Using the Oxford Languages name
 
Please use 'Powered by Oxford Languages’ when referencing us in your product. Please do not refer to the Oxford English Dictionary, as this is a subsection of the brand and may not be the data that you using.
 
To find out more about Oxford Languages and the products contained within it, visit our parent site at languages.oup.com.
 
Where should I reference Oxford Languages?
 
You can reference Oxford Languages either by:
 

  1. posting the ‘Powered by Oxford Languages’ logo prominently on your product home page, or
  2. in posting the phrase ‘Powered by Oxford Languages’ in an ‘About’ page for your product that is readily accessible and visible to anyone downloading or accessing the product

 
What happens if I do not want to attribute Oxford Languages in my product?
 
In the event that you do not wish to follow the attribution requirement set out in the terms and conditions, you may email oxford.languages@oup.com to request a waiver of this requirement.
 
Can I use the ‘Oxford University Press’ logo instead?
 
Please email oxford.languages@oup.com to discuss options.
 

Using the ‘Powered by Oxford Languages’ logo
 

  • You are not allowed to edit or modify the ‘Powered by Oxford Languages’ logo
  • Please ensure the exclusion zone (the clear space around the logo which cannot be encroached) is adhered to
  • Please ensure a white exclusion zone around the logo of the height of the ‘O’ in Oxford

 
 Colour version:
 
Right click to save image or email oxford.languages@oup.com if you require other image sizes or file formats.

Oxford Languages logo colour rectangle
Oxford Languages logo colour square

Black and white version:
 
This will only be available for customers whose application is presented in black and white.
 
Right click to save image or email oxford.languages@oup.com if you require other image sizes or file formats.

Oxford Languages logo black and white rectangle
Oxford Languages logo black and white square

Examples of correct and incorrect usage
 
Incorrect – the logo has been edited

Oxford Languages logo WRONG

Correct – there is a clear exclusion zone

Oxford Languages logo with exclusion zone


Referencing the Oxford Languages name in written form
 
Please use ‘Powered by Oxford Languages’.
 
Description of relationship with Oxford Languages
 
When referencing the relationship with Oxford Languages, e.g. in product descriptions, marketing copy, press releases, etc., you must use terminology that accurately represents the nature of your relationship or agreement with Oxford Languages.
 
Examples of appropriate written referencing
 
When referring to Oxford Languages:
 
The language data is provided by Oxford Languages, part of Oxford University Press
 
 
When speaking specifically about a language:
 
The application uses the isiZulu dataset from Oxford Languages
 
 
When referring to the OED, please use either:
 
The Oxford English Dictionary, part of Oxford Languages, today announced…
 
Or:
 
The Oxford English Dictionary, part of Oxford University Press, today announced…
 
There is no need for:
 
The Oxford English Dictionary, part of Oxford Languages, part of Oxford University Press, today announced….
 
 
If you have any other questions about the use of the Oxford Languages name or logo, please email oxford.languages@oup.com.