What are branded templates?
Templates are branded designs that can be modified by different people without changing the original file. They are a blueprint that anyone can use to create graphics or documents for your brand more easily. It helps you to achieve uniform design and formatting by prescribing layouts, visuals, fonts, colours, logos and content.
How are branded templates created?
They can be created within We Brand just like regular graphics (or imported from PDF files). You can choose who has access to them and apply restrictions on how they can be customized so that your brand guidelines are always followed.
Why should I use branded templates?
Creating branded templates is the easiest way to share customizable designs, whilst keeping your images on-brand and cohesive with your visual identity. When all your images have a common look, your followers and customers instantly recognize the image as yours. This helps you with engagement, recognition and a more loyal following.
Who uses branded templates?
Templates can be shared with anyone within or outside of an organisation, including
What templates do people create?
Businesses of all sizes using branded templates for social media, web and print, including
Online display adverts for Google, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and more
Social Media Posts for Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat Geofilters
Blog post graphics
Branded templates for on-demand visuals
Branded templates allow marketing managers, designers and business owners to focus on marketing activities as opposed to spending time producing content to suit specific needs. Staff members, reps, local stores, and customers can choose from a selection of pre-made layouts to build upon, and access personalised media without awaiting a designer to tweak a name or add a logo. Anyone can create what they need and when they need it.
Branded templates for user-generated content
User-generated promotions can now be done quickly and simply, as brands can allow customers and influencers to put their own spin on their campaigns, by changing text and images in a controlled way, and share straight to social media.