Naming and logo guidelines

Naming guidelines

  • You are prohibited from using any Intuit brand or brand element in the title of your application, your app card or your other branding.
  • You are permitted to make truthful, factual references to Intuit’s products and services in plain-text descriptions of the features and benefits of your app.
  • You cannot use “QuickBooks,” “QB,” “QBO,” “QBOA,” “ProAdvisor,” “Intuit,” “Turbo”, “ProAdvisor,” “Mint” or any other Intuit brand (the “Intuit Brands”) or brand elements (e.g. “quick,” “intui,” or “tuit”), including phonetic equivalents (e.g. “qwik” or “QuBee”), in the name or branding of your business, application, service, business source identifiers or any other programs and/or materials.
  • Your logos cannot be a mimicked version, similar to or an alteration of an Intuit Brand logo; nor, can your logos contain any Intuit Brands, brand elements or Intuit logos.
  • Your business name and/or logo must be clearly displayed at the top of your website.
  • Your business name and/or logo must appear larger than any Inuit Brand or Intuit Brand logo (used only as set forth above), including but not limited authorized logos you display on your website, under the Intuit Developer Program Agreement.

For legal details, please see the application naming and advertising restrictions in the Intuit Terms of Service.

Button graphics

Connect to QuickBooks button

Implement your own on-click method with one of the buttons below to invoke the location in your app that initiates the OAuth 2.0 workflow. Define classes for both base and hover states.

  • Display this button to users who have not authorized access, yet. That is, not connected to a QuickBooks company.
  • Include this button on any page in your app.
  • Do not modify the appearance of any button graphics.
  • After the connection is established, replace the button with a way for users to disconnect: a button or link titled Disconnect from QuickBooks. When clicked, it invokes the location in your app that revokes access.

The user clicks the Connect to QuickBooks button you provide in your app to initiate the authorization workflow to a QuickBooks company. This button corresponds to these OAuth 2.0 scopes:

  • com.intuit.quickbooks.accounting-QuickBooks Online API
  • com.intuit.quickbooks.payment-QuickBooks Payments API

During the authorization workflow, the user selects a company and then authorizes your app to access the data. After the user authorizes the connection, the browser is redirected back to your app. Learn more about authorization here.

Connect to QuickBooks button graphics

Download button images. Includes Connect to QuickBooks graphics in png format, both base and hover states.

qbo/docs/go-live/C2QB-buttonimages.png

Connect to QuickBooks button graphics for FR locale

Download FR-locale button images. Includes Connect to QuickBooks graphics in png format, both base and hover states.

qbo/docs/go-live/C2QBFR-buttonimages.png

These images depict the user experience when they click the button:

qbo/docs/go-live/TSheetsAuth.jpg

Sign in with Intuit button

Implement your own on-click method with one of the buttons below to invoke the location in your app that initiates the OpenID Connect authentication workflow. Define classes for both base and hover states.

  • Place this button anywhere on a page, display it only for users not already signed in.
  • Preserve the appearance or behavior of any graphics you use directly.
  • Don’t use a link or another widget to start the sign in process.

If you’re implementing modified single sign-on, adding this button, and associated implementation, is optional.

The user clicks the Sign in with Intuit button you provide in your app to initiate the Intuit single sign-on authentication workflow. This button corresponds to these OpenID Connect scopes:

  • openid-OpenID Connect processing
  • profile-user’s given and family names
  • email-user’s email address
  • phone-user’s phone number
  • address-user’s physical address

During the authentication workflow the user is prompted to log in with their Intuit user ID (email) and password. After user authentication is complete, the browser is redirected back to your app. Learn more about Intuit single sign-on here.

Sign in with Intuit button graphics

Download images. Includes Sign in with Intuit graphics in png format, both base and hover states.

qbo/docs/go-live/SIWI-buttonimages.png

Retina images

Download images. Includes Sign in with Intuit graphics in png format, both base and hover states.

qbo/docs/go-live/SIWIretina-buttonimages.png

Here is what your user experiences:

qbo/docs/go-live/TSheetsSSO.jpg

Logos for use on your website and marketing materials

Here are the approved Intuit branding and marketing assets that you may use in your product or when marketing your app. You can download all these assets at once with this file: intuit_approved_logos.zip.

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Examples of incorrect use of Intuit logos

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