Search assets and colors for a variety of different brands

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BrandSearch is a tool to search assets and colors for a variety of different brands.

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Kyle McDonaldMaker@hustlinhack · Front End Developer
Hello PH people! I have had a side project I've been working on and off for a little bit and I think it's to a point now to release a MVP and get some feedback from the community! Essentially BrandSearch is a hub for everything you would need to know about a brand for use in press, promotional material, etc. Right now we have a few features for each branch which include the colors, logos, and link to internal brand guide. We would love to hear your feedback about how we can improve BrandSearch!
Product Pearson@productpearson · Product Manager at TravMedia
This is really cool.
Leon HitchensMaker@leonhitchens · Blogger at
@theashtube Thanks!
Anthony Rossbach@anthonyrossbach · CEO of NodeHost Hosting
Great little list when doing designing and building stuff that I have added to my favourites page. Sad to be missing NodeHost but oh well 😉.
Kyle McDonaldMaker@hustlinhack · Front End Developer
@anthonyrossbach The cool thing is we're actually using to host so it's all free 🤗
Richard Bui@cuongbkit · Founder,
This product maybe same:
Kyle McDonaldMaker@hustlinhack · Front End Developer
@cuongbkit It's definitely similar, the way we differ right now is that we have the logos and links to the actual style guides of these brands. We also hope to expand what else will be on the brand page in the future too 🤙
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Global SEO Manager @ Schibsted
Interesting idea but I guess it's a race to have as many brands as possible listed... I'd also think this as an internal tool is probably more valuable as I don't want everyone being able to replicate brand colours externally
Sunny SinghMaker@sunnyismoi · Co-founder & Developer @ Ninjality
@davidiwanow We definitely will strive to have all the popular brands listed, including ones in design and development categories. Also the submission process right now is to email us with brand info, but we hope to offer a form soon. Regarding what you said about not wanting everyone to be able to replicate brand colors, is there a reason why you wouldn't want others to know your official branding guidelines?