Creating a Brand Style

A Brand Style is a blueprint for how your Project looks and feels. Brand Styles can be applied to multiple Projects at once to help you and your team achieve a consistent identity without having to apply manual styling edits to individual elements of your Project.

 

Creating a Style from scratch

1. Go to the Brand area of the Create homepage

2. Select Create Style

3. Choose Start from scratch

4. Choose a name for your new Style and select Ok

You'll be taken to the Style editor where you can begin making your changes.

 

Creating a Style from a template

1. Go to the Brand area of the Create homepage

2. Select Create Style

3. Choose Create from template

4. You'll be given the choice of using one of five different template styles to get started with. Select the Style you'd like to use.

4. Choose a name for your new Style and select Ok

You'll be taken to the Style editor where you can begin making your changes.

 

The Style editor

In the Style editor, you can see the changes you make to the Style in real-time in an example Project. 

On the left are the controls for the Style, arranged in accordions. On the right, is a representation of a Project to illustrate how your Style might look in your Projects.

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Once you've made your changes, select Save. If you'd like to go back to a previously saved version of your Style, you can use the Edit history to return to whichever version you'd prefer. This is useful if you want to experiment or if you make a change by mistake.

Returning to a previous version of your Style will not overwrite any versions created after that so you can always go back to where you were if you need to.

For more in-depth information about how to use the Style editor, see Using the Style editor to change your Style.

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