With just a few clicks, you can easily brand your presentation by creating custom Theme with your logo and brand settings like color and fonts. A Theme is the layout and graphic style of your slides and you'll find a list of preset options to choose from.
By selecting one, you'll change the look of the slides throughout the deck.
Here's how to create your own theme. In the presentation editor, look for the "Theme" button in the upper part of the screen and hit it. There, select the "+ Create New" option.
Create custom Theme from your website
If you have a website with brand elements, such as logo and brand colors, then you can create a custom theme by just copying and pasting the website's URL. You'll see the option to "Create from website" where you can paste the site URL and Slidebean will take the logo, colors and fonts if possible, to set up your presentation theme. It's like magic 😎
Create custom Theme with your logo
If you're not doing it from a website, hit the "+ Create new" button. A window will pop up with the settings to create your theme. There's two buttons to upload the logo: a version for light and dark backgrounds. Just click on them to be able to browse your computer files and upload the logos. We suggest using .png for better performance.
Once you add the logo, Slidebean will generate a suggested color Palette for your presentation, matching the logo colors. If you don't want to use the suggested palette, just choose one of the available ones or create your own one, clicking on "New +".
You can also upload your own Fonts, just using the font file. To do it, move to the "Font" section and look for that "New +" button. Or choose one of the available ones, both for Headings and for Body text.
Finally, choose one of the Base styles we have for you in order to give your Theme the look you want.
If you want to edit or even remove a custom Theme you've created, go to the "Theme" options again and find it among "Your Themes". There, find the Pencil button and access to edit it. To delete it, use the Trash bin icon on the lower left side.
Here's a video tutorial