Brand preset is a feature that allows you to load key elements of a brand's visual identity whenever you generate banners on the platform. It includes colors, logos, fonts, and other visual design settings. Once you’ve set up a brand preset, it can be used for all designs you and your team generate, ensuring a consistent look.
Access and manage brand presets
To access and manage your brand presets head to your organization settings page
Then navigate to the Brand preset tab.
Create your first brand preset
To create your first brand preset click on the button "Create new brand preset" You will be then redirected to the new brand preset parameters page.
This page has 5 sections enabling you to define your brand preset settings according to your brand's visual identity.
Styling: Call-To-Action design
To create a new brand preset you'll have to define a name for it, this will help you to easily recognize which preset you are using.
You can upload up to 4 variations of your logos. Adding multiple variations of your brand's logo will help you to fit to every format
Only SVG and PNG files are supported.
We heavily suggest you upload SVG files! This will ensure every generated banner is crisp.
In case you are using PNG logo files, we recommend that they have a transparent background.
Each file's weight should not exceed 5mb.
All the colors you add can be easily used in the template generator to design your templates in the look of the selected brand.
The brand font is an optional setting you can add to your brand presets.
As for the colors, you can easily apply the font of your brand preset on your template
Styling Call To Action design
The CTA design styling is an optional setting you can add to your brand preset. To enable this setting click on the toggle button.
When you add the call to action component to your template you can apply the brand preset parameters to it.
Use brand preset on your template
From the template builder, click on the brand presets button in the top bar to select and apply a brand preset to your template.
Check out these articles to learn how to apply the different parts of your brand preset to your template: