Brand guidelines templates & examples.

Starting a new project in Brandpad lets you choose between starting from a blank canvas or from a template. When starting from a template, you still have the options of editing everything from layout, colors, fonts, content, and assets to fit the identity you are working on.


The Airtime template is set up with a side-panel layout effectively balancing written guidelines with both visuals and assets.

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Monte Vista.

The Monte Vista template is inspired by the famous Monte Vista Hotel located on the legendary route 66. This template is bold and quirky, with a distinct feel of Americana.

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Pancake Skateboards.

The Pancake Skateboards template is inspired by the iconic Venice Beach skateboard scene — dynamic, playful, and slightly bonkers.

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Inspired by the many colourful coffee shops in Tokyo, with a dash of Scandinavian flair. Kokoro is beautiful, simple and distinctive.

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The Skeleton template is a diverse guideline focusing on concept and execution, supplemented with clear guidelines and direct downloads.

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MUUW  is a thorough, minimal template that merges brand strategy with the visual identity — perfect for a full identity hand over to a client.

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An homage to our favorite (now closed) restaurant in Oslo, we hope the quirky spirit of the place can live on in Brandpad. Pjolter is clean, playful and unadorned.

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Handkraft portrays Scandinavian aesthetics, drawing from a rich heritage of craftsmanship, with a simple and clean layout.

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Greenpoint is a no frills template for a medium-sized brand. Greenpoint balance an overall concept with a visual identity and easy-to-find assets.

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