Branding Your Customizer

In this tutorial we will walk thru how to brand the customizer to match your store theme.

Branding Your Customizer

In this tutorial we will walk thru how to brand the customizer to match your store theme.

In this tutorial we will walk thru how to brand the customizer to match your store theme. We will be using the Pro Plan feature of the Customized Print on Demand app to do this. We will be using the AI tool Bard to generate a brand name, the website app.logo.com to generate a logo, and Canva to customize the logo. We will also be using the website icolorpalette.com to generate a complementary color scheme.

Getting Started

Before we start, make sure you have gone through the onboarding steps and watched the getting started series videos. This will help you get up and running with the app.

Generating a Brand Name

We will be using the AI tool Bard to generate a brand name for our store. We will be focusing on custom dog products, so we will ask Bard to give us 10 brand name ideas that will sell custom dog products via e-commerce. After looking through the list of ideas, we selected "Good Boy Goods" as our brand name.

Generating a Logo

Next, we will be using the website app.logo.com to generate a logo. We will enter the name of the brand and select the pet category specializing in dogs. This will generate a free logo that took us one minute to create. We then downloaded the logo and brought it into Canva to play around with the sizing.

Updating the Shopify Theme

We will start by updating the Shopify theme. We will go to the online store and go to the theme settings logo. We will upload the logo we just created and make it a little bigger. We will then save the changes.

Updating the Customizer

Now we will go back into the Customized app and go to settings and branding. This is a Pro Plan feature, so if you have the Pro Plan this will be enabled. We will update the brand name to "Good Boy Goods". We will then update the image by downloading the 1000 by 1000 image we created in Canva. We will then update the color scheme. We will use the blue we grabbed the hex for as the primary color. We will use the hover color as a shade darker. For the secondary color, we will use the complementary color from icolorpalette.com. We will then hit update and our customizer is now branded.

Conclusion

We have now customized all of our branding for the customizer and everything now fits your brand. In the next video we will walk through more of the things that you can customize such as colors, fonts, clip art, backgrounds, and patterns.

Matt Annen

Matt Annen

Founder & CEO

Matt started in eCommerce when he was 12 years old when he sold his first item on eBay. He has built several stores producing over 8-figures in eCommerce sales.