We show our love for our viewers everywhere we go, and we do it with a bold, consistent application of our brand. It's fun, original, breakthrough - and a little unexpected.
We're not big on rules, but please follow the guidelines included here as you help us bring our brand to life.
The Hulu logo is the primary visual icon of our identity. The stylized, mono-weight, lower-case letter forms should never be altered or compromised.Download Logo
The logo's safe zone is equivalent to the height of the "u" on all sides.
The logo should not be misrepresented, modified, or added to. No attempt should be made to alter the logo in any way. Its orientation, colors, and composition should remain as indicated.
Hulu green is our primary brand color. It represents the fresh distinctiveness of our brand and stands out from more traditional entertainment palettes.
Black is our secondary color and is used over green.
Dynamic Gradient is used to create depth and bring a cinematic quality to designs.
Our green is important to us. If you ask people "What comes to mind when you think of Hulu?", the word "green" is one of the most common responses. So, understandably, we’re quite particular about it.Download Print Guidlines
Typography is our visual voice. Bringing range, nuance and attitude to what we have to say.
Hulu uses the Graphik type family in all applications.
Icons are part our emotive and navigational language. Each icon has a purpose as outlined below.
They also bring attitude and texture to our stories. The icon and the rounded Vessel should always have a contrasting color.
Don’t underestimate the power of the grid.
A simple, flexible system that brings Hulu together on every platform.
Using the following approach, we can create a consistent 1:1 grid system that works across all formats.
Define the aspect ratio of the format.
Use the aspect ratio to create a 1:1 grid.
16 units across by 9 down.
Then multiply the grid units equally to ensure the grid is dense enough
The Vessel is a visual metaphor for TV, redefining what TV is. A system born from our logo, it is more than just a frame. As we fill it with meaning, it becomes the connective tissue across all brand touchpoints
Divide shortest edge of the Vessel by 6.
Vessel height: 231px
Corner radius: 38px
Divide longest edge of the Vessel by 100.
Vessel width: 904px
Stroke weight: 9px
If using multiple Vessels in a single piece of creative, all corner radii and stroke weights should align to the average (not smallest, not largest).
Our illustration style builds off the shape of the Vessel.
Adding a little spice (and cute characters) to our communications.
Our sonic identity is another component that helps viewers enter the world of Hulu, a world of entertainment. With a subtle combination of anticipation and release, the sonic dynamics transition the viewer out of a Hulu branded space and into content.
A system of Hulu brand Call to Action buttons has been developed to create a consistent interactive experience from Marketing to Product.Download CTA Button Guide
There are two brand button styles: primary filled and secondary outlined. Brand CTA buttons utilize Graphik font set in all caps and tracked to +80.
The left and right button padding should be equivalent to the width of 2 "H"s on either side, while the top and right padding should be equivalent to the width of 1 "H" on either side.
This button styling is our primary styling used for actions requiring more emphasis. It can be used in a full or fixed width.
There are three states for filled buttons: active, hover, and disabled.
This button styling is our secondary styling used for actions that don’t require additional emphasis. It can be used in a full or fixed width.
There are three states for outlined buttons: active, hover, and disabled.
Our voice embodies the Hulu brand across a variety of touchpoints.
We talk to our viewers like real people, like we’re having a conversation with them.
Because we are.
We don’t use a lot of jargon.
Our viewers don’t watch “content."
They watch TV.
Like humans do, right?
We also don’t judge.
Everybody loves what they love.
So we’re not snarky about TV.
We like a little wordplay, but not too much.
We’re not trying to keep up with every meme out there, either.
We don’t try too hard.
We're talking to TV people, and we know how to do it because we're TV people too.