Brand Assets

This tutorial will explain how to upload and use your brand’s colors, fonts, and images in the Lucidpress editor.

Brand Assets streamlines the creation process of custom-branded collateral by allowing admins to upload all the necessary brand files into a single location for all team members to access. Brand Assets is available on Pro, Edu, and Team accounts (it is not available on Free or Basic accounts).

We’ll walk you through how to upload brand files on both a Pro and Team account, as well as how to access them within the Lucidpress editor.

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If you are an Account Owner or Team Admin on a Lucidpress Team account, you are able to upload Brand Asset files for your team to access. Simply log in to your account and follow these steps:

  1. Click “Team” on the upper right-hand corner of your screen.

  2. Click on “Brand & Team Assets”.

Here you’ll find the hub of Brand Assets, where you can upload and manage all your brand’s files.

  1. Click on the “+” under Colors to select your brand’s colors or to specify their exact hex codes.
  2. Click on the “+” under Images to select the image or logo files you’d like to upload for easy access.
  3. Click on “Upload Fonts” under Team fonts to upload a .ttf or .otf font file.

If you would like to access Brand Assets from a Pro account, simply click on the Lucidpress logo in the upper left-hand side of your editor and click “Brand Assets”.

Here you’ll find the hub of Brand Assets, where you can upload and manage all your brand’s files.

  1. Click on the “+” under Colors to select your brand’s colors or to specify their exact hex codes.
  2. Click on the “+” under Images to select the image or logo files you’d like to upload for easy access.

Note: Fonts are able to be uploaded on Team accounts only.

Once your brand’s files have been uploaded, whether by you or by a Team Admin, you can access the various images, fonts, and colors from within the Lucidpress editor.

For example, if you click on a text box within your canvas, the “Text” tab will appear on your Context Pane. Open up your color palette and you’ll notice your “Brand Colors” up top.

Open up your fonts and you’ll see “Brand Fonts” up top as well. Voila!

As for images and logos, simply click on “Images” (left side of the editor) to open your Image Manager. Click “Brand Images” and you’re there.