When using Safe Software's trademarks, logos, web pages, screen shots, or other distinctive features ("Safe Brand Features"), you agree to follow these Guidelines. In addition, if Safe Software grants you permission to use any of our logos, then we may provide you with further written requirements as to the size, font, colors and other graphic elements of those logos.
"FME" is the registered trademark of Safe Software. The Safe Software and FME logos are also trademarked.
When used in text, the first reference to "FME" in any webpage, chapter, article or other piece should always be followed by the "®" symbol.Correct: FME® software provides data transformation capabilities.
Trademarks are used as adjectives to describe a generic noun, and should not to be used as nouns or verbs.
Correct: FME® software is used around the world.
Incorrect: FME is used around the world.
Trademarks cannot be possessive or plural.
Correct: FME® software has the ability to transform data into over 400 formats.
Incorrect: FME's ability to transform data is unparalleled.
Correct: I purchased 3 FME® software licenses
Incorrect: I purchased 3 FMEs.
"FME" should always appear in all capitals.
Do not hyphenate, combine or create acronyms of our trademarks. For example, you may not use: FMEblog, FMEmania, F-M-E, etc.
Do not change the scale, design, colors or other design elements of our logos or other Safe Brand Features.
Developers may use the "FME" trademark in a referential phrase to describe that your product or service is for use with or is compatible with FME software, provided that:
As a general rule, you are not permitted to use our logos without a written license except to refer to Safe Software, or our products or services, in the following limited circumstances:
You may not use the Safe Brand Features:
If you are aware of any unauthorized or improper use of Safe's Brand Features, if you have any questions about these Guidelines, or if you would like to request permission to use our logos, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated on: November 14, 2012