Brand books are used both by companies and 3rd party teams to design alternate products from a particular brand. The process of designing a brand book is long and complicated so it helps to have examples nearby.

This gallery includes 30 shots of both print and digital branding books from Dribbble designers. Some were made for client projects while others were built just for fun. By studying these examples you can learn what constitutes a brand book, how to organize content, and how the structure should be laid out. These ideas could even get you started designing a brand book of your own.

Dark PS Guide

dark guide color scheme

Santa Tracker Style Guide

santa tracker style guide colors

Style Guide Mania

print style guide mania

Web Guide

website design style guide ui

Brand Colors

brand book color guidelines

Digital Brand Book

digital print brand book screenshot

Practice Style Guide

practice style guide design

Dermatology Brand Guidelines

dermatology brand guidelines

Brand Guidelines Manual

print manual for branding guidelines

Pantone

pantone color design book

Housing UI

housing brand style guide ui

UI Style Guide

ui style branding guide

Guest Center

guest center style guide color palette

UI Style Guide(PSD)

freebie psd style guide template medialoot

Brand Book Guidelines

ai brand book guidelines

Haywire

haywire style guide design

I Love Style Guides

love style guide photoshop

Color Palette

bright color palette design

UI Style Guide

clean simple blue style guide interface

Design Patterns

dropdown navigation links patterns

Just For Fun

style guide for fun branding

Corporate Brand Book

corporate company identity book

Flat Design Guide

flat simple minimalist guide

Lettering Guidelines

print brand book lettering typography

Salesforce1

salesforce1 ui design guide

iOS Style Guide

ios app style guide design

Disqus Palette

disqus color palette branding design

Brand Guidelines

adobe indesign brand guidelines guide

Finalized Style Guide

icons design finalizing guide graphics

Templetica

templetica style guide branding

Posted by Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a writer & digital designer/illustrator. He writes about all things web and creative. Check out his website for work samples and follow his latest updates on Twitter @jakerocheleau.

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