FAQs

 

+ 1. How do I download the logo?

Go to the Brand components section on the home page. Click on the Logo link and scroll down to the bottom of the page where you will find the Download the logo pack section. Click on the Download logo pack button. Once this has downloaded, you can retrieve all the new logos needed for all your communication requirements. The explanation about what files to use and when: PNG; SVG; or ESP is in the logo section above the Download logo pack button.



+ 2. How do I download the translated logo version?

Go to the Brand components section on the home page. Click on the Logo link and scroll down to the bottom of the page where you will find the Download translations section. Click on the Download translations button. Once this has downloaded, you can retrieve all the new logos needed for all your communication requirements. The explanation about what files to use and when: PNG; SVG; or ESP is in the logo section above the Download logo pack button.


+ 3. What typeface do I use?

The official font is FF Nort and as a free alternative, Roboto. All information with specific typography details are on the home page, under the Brand components section and in the Typography section. There you can also downland and purchase the typeface.


+ 4. What colours do I use?

Primary pallets, secondary pallets, colour ratios and suggested colour combinations are described on the home page, under the Brand components section and in the Colour section.


+ 5. How do I use the brand colours for a Keynote presentation?

Once you have clicked on Keynote and opened the document you are wanting to build a presentation with, choose your formatting palette from the top of the page which will then show up on the right. Click on the colour wheel, a box will pop up and there you can click on the colour sliders (second icon in). Click on the RGB drop down menu and place in the RGB numbers. You will then see a square with the appropriate colour at the bottom, drag and place it in the row of squares so you can keep clicking on it as you need it.


+ 6. I need help with designing. Do you have a creative service I can access?

Check out our Freelancers page where you will find a global Catch The Fire freelance list of reputable designers, photographers, videographers, copy writers etc. available for you, at a cost determined by the freelancer.


+ 7. How do I design a Catch The Fire email signature?

Go to the Articles section on the homepage and there you will find a video showing you how [link].


+ 8. How do I design a Catch The Fire business card?

Go to the Articles section on the homepage and there you will find a template showing you our desired design.


+ 9. How do I design a Catch The Fire letterhead?

Go to the Articles section on the homepage and there you will find a template showing you our desired design.


+ 10. Are there any standard templates of brochures, invitation cards, etc. that my church can use and put in our individual information?

Our goal is to support you with branding design templates by gathering and sharing designs from other churches around the world. Go to the articles section and there you will find content that is constantly being added to.


+ 11. When can I write the location of the church next to the name Catch The Fire?

When Catch The Fire [location] is your charity status, writing the location after the name Catch The Fire can be used accordingly in the given formal setting like letterheads and business cards. If the context is not a formal setting, replace Catch The Fire [location] with Catch The Fire Church.


+ 12. Do our Kids’ Ministry or any other ministries in our Catch the Fire Church, need to be in line with the brand colours and typefaces?

Any ministries within your local Catch The Fire Church has the space for some visual creative freedom, exploring different colour palettes, imagery and typography etc. If you are marketing (or communicating) to an outside audience beyond Catch The Fire, I would however recommend you giving context by in addition, putting the Catch The Fire logo on that piece of communication. If just adding the main Catch The Fire logo, you still have the freedom to use different typography and colours in line with what you have chosen with your ministry.


+ 13. Is there a brand style guide for the School Of Ministry?

We have yet to fully define the School Of Ministry's brand style guide, however while one is being created, we recommend you applying the overall Catch The Fire brand style guide (using all nine components: Logo; language; colour; typography; imagery; marketing; design; video; and social media) where applicable.


+ 14. Do you have an easy place I can look for images that best suit our small church of 80 people?

We don't have a library of images particular to this need, however there are some great online free resources we encourage you to use to help make quality content — www.unsplash.com has royalty free professional photography. We encourage you to start collecting your own. Is there a photographer in your church who would be interested in doing this for you? Or alternatively, would you consider paying for a freelance photographer for a session on a Sunday to help you capture your church in this medium?


 
 

Still got Questions?

If you are having trouble with anything in this guide, you are missing brand elements from the brand package, or you are unsure if your communication best represents the Catch The Fire brand, please contact the Catch The Fire brand team at brand@catchthefire.com