Samna Documentation
Samna Documentation
Customizing Samna Area

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Reinforce your organization's identity and create a consistent user experience by customizing Samna Area to reflect your brand.
1. Logo:
Upload Your Logo: Add your company logo in a high-resolution format (PNG or SVG) for optimal display on the Samna Area interface.
Placement: Choose the ideal location for your logo on the screen (top left, top center, bottom right, etc.).
Size: Adjust the size of your logo to ensure it's visually prominent but doesn't overwhelm the interface.
2. Colors:
Interface Color Scheme: Tailor the color palette of the Samna Area interface to match your brand colors. This includes the background, text, buttons, icons, and other UI elements.
Custom Colors: You can typically choose from a pre-set color palette or enter custom hex codes to achieve precise color matching.
3. Fonts:
Choose Your Typeface: Select a font that aligns with your brand's personality and is easy to read on screen.
Font Options: Samna Area may offer a selection of pre-installed fonts. If you have a specific brand font, you might be able to upload it for use within the interface.
4. Additional Branding Elements (Optional):
Custom Backgrounds: Upload your own background images or patterns to create a unique visual identity for Samna Area.
Welcome Messages: Add a personalized welcome message that aligns with your brand voice and messaging.
Tips for Effective Branding:
Consistency: Maintain consistency with your existing brand guidelines to ensure a seamless brand experience across all touchpoints.
Visual Hierarchy: Use color, font size, and placement to create a clear visual hierarchy that guides users' attention to important elements.
Accessibility: Choose colors and fonts that are easy to read and meet accessibility standards.
By thoughtfully customizing the branding elements in Samna Area, you can create a cohesive and professional look that strengthens your organization's image and reinforces your brand message.
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