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Contents: Snackbars appear at the bottom of a view to provide brief feedback on an ongoing operation. They generally contain a single line of text directly related to the operation being performed. They could contain a CTA for further action by the user. Download UI...Read More

Branding services & features

Many services and features we create for the Web and mobile devices are not fully branded (if at all) in guest-facing contexts. While we may refer to them by proper names while working on or talking about them among ourselves, customers may not notice how significant...Read More

Mobile devices, iPhone, iPad, & Android

Avoid branded names for specific devices, like iPhone, iPad or even Android device, unless a product or service is limited to that particular platform. “Mobile devices” refers to phones and tablets collectively. If you need to differentiate between phones and tablets,...Read More

Hilton Honors app

Captialize “Hilton Honors” but not “the” or “app.” The Hilton Honors app supports only iOS and Android. When referring to it by a name other than “the Hilton Honors app,” say “Our app for iOS and Android.” “Our iOS app” and “our Android app” are acceptable but...Read More

Digital Key

Always capitalize “Digital Key,” as it is officially branded (and promoted) as such. Refer to it as a service before the guest requests it (e.g., “We’ll deliver Digital Key to your device”), and as a product after the guest has activated it (e.g., “Use your...Read More

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