Features to help you build a home for your brand and product.
Store logos, photos, icons, illustrations, and more. Lingo supports JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, SVG, EPS, PDF, Photoshop, Illustrator, Keynote, Powerpoint, Pages, and Word.Learn more ->
Document your brand’s digital and print color palette and ensure everyone uses the right shade of gray, not all 50.
Store fonts alongside other brand assets. Add TTF, OTF, WOFF, and WOFF2 font files. Add fonts that are already installed on your Mac, or add fonts from Google Fonts.
Curation and organization
Features designed to help you showcase and contextualize your digital assets.
Write usage guidelines inline with the digital assets you store in Lingo. Content and context in one place.
Give your assets meaning by controlling how they’re visually arranged.
Make assets easy to discover through search by tagging them with unique keywords. Tags ensure you can always find what you’re looking for.
A kit is a home for your digital assets. In Lingo you can create as many kits as you need at no extra charge.
Apps and features to boost productivity and consistency.
Drag & drop (or copy & paste) into the apps you already use. The Mac App makes your digital assets available right from your desktop, so you can work much faster. Drag. Drop. Done.
Have teammates that aren't on a Mac? No problem. Your brand and product assets are also accessible on the Web, so everyone on your team can use them.
Access your content programmatically and build your own digital asset management workflows.Learn more ->
Automatic File Conversion
Have an SVG but need a PNG? Lingo auto-generates alternate file types of every asset you put in. No more time wasted handling asset conversion requests.
Features to help you scale your team and share your digital assets with control.
Advanced features available on the Plus plan. See plans ->
Your brand. Your product. Add a logo and an accent color to customize Lingo for your organization. Make things look and feel official.
Control how and when changes to kits are shared with your team, and roll back to a previous version if needed.