We appreciate you wanting to link to our website. To make it easier for you, here are some samples of our preferred link options:

Linking to us using text links

URL only

Linking the company name
Computer Merchants

Linking to a specific page
Computer Merchants – Testimonials

Linking to the company name, with a text description

All sorts of businesses, from the small local specialist to some of Australia’s best known names, depend on Computer Merchants to help them get the most from technology. Since 1979, we have been creating the right blend of innovation and proven business results to plan, design and implement solutions that are based on our customers’ unique situations and ambitions.

If you’re not sure about how to link to us, please contact us.

Using Our Logo To Link To Us


Please remember to set the image border to “0″ (zero). There should be no visible border around our logo. Do not trim the white space from around the logo. You can use our logo in combination with the text link options above.

Our Logos For Use On The Internet

Please do not link directly to these images. Save them to your own hard drive (using your mouse, right-click on the image and choose “Save Picture As…”), then upload them to your web site.

All web logo bundles below are available in 3 sizes

These files are NOT TO BE USED in printed documents. If you require other sizes, please use the print file below, or contact us.


Normal logo


Reverse logo

B&W logo



Our Logo For Use In Print

The following ZIP file contains an EPS file of the normal version of our logo. Please note that the file does not include the white background.

Computer Merchants print logo, EPS file, 185kb 

Our Logo Colours

Our logo consists of 2 elements: the stylised type “Computer Merchants” in blue and the Computer Merchants graphic device in shades of blue on a white background. The stylised type and graphic device are one unit and should therefore maintain the demonstrated relationship.

Pantone Reflex Blue
CMYK: 100, 73, 0, 2
RGB: 0, 35, 149

** For the breakdown of the graphic device, click here.