Our guidelines establish the visual and stylistic standards for our identity, voice, tone, user experience, color and code as we strive to make the insurance experience better for today’s consumers.
the esurance logo
Our logo should most often be used with the Allstate tag. It should be indigo when used on a white or gray background and can be reversed when used on an indigo or gray background.
In some circumstances, we may use the logo without the Allstate tag. The same color treatments apply as above.
Protective space and minimum size
The Esurance logo should be at least 150 pixels wide. It should include a transparent art box constructed using the x-height of the logo.
Logo with tagline lockup
To emphasize insurance for the modern world, the campaign tagline is available. When using the tagline with the logo, this is the lockup that’s preferred.
The Esurance Bryant type family is a sans serif typeface with clean, legible forms and very friendly, modern feel. As our display font, it’s used for headers and special or intro copy. Verdana is used for body copy and as a secondary font for headers.
Our primary color palette consists of Esurance Indigo, Esurance Gray, active blue, and white. Blue is used only as color for links.
Pantone: Warm Gray 6
Secondary color palettes are also available as accents.
Indigo dark shade
Indigo medium shade
Indigo light shade
Gray dark shade
Gray medium shade
Gray light shade
voice and tone
The Esurance voice is warm, friendly, and casual. Helpful but never condescending. It’s your really smart friend explaining the complicated theory of aerodynamics to you. It’s expert and supportive and always intended to help guide consumers through the complex world of coverage and deductibles.
To keep things simple for customers and consumers, we avoid using industry lingo and complicated jargon. And because we also understand that no matter how you look at it, insurance can be boring, we rely on humor (often in the form of parenthetical asides) to humanize the brand and engage with consumers.
In short, our voice is conversational and professional and our content is informative and easy to understand. Our goal with everything we write is to educate and engage. To make insurance a little bit less of a drag, word by well-considered word.
Who said insurance has to be boring and convoluted? Hey, welcome to the modern world.
Admittedly, our casing standards can be … confusing. But to help you (and yes, us) navigate them, we created a Capitalization Cheat Sheet.