In Easygenerator you can easily create a consistent visual design of your courses.
On the Design step you’ll find the following tabs: Themes, Branding, Layout and Fonts. Let’s go through all of them.
In the Themes section you can choose one of the available default themes. To do this, simply click on the one you like.
Also, you can create your own theme, save it and re-use in other courses. Thus, you’ll be able to brand all your courses in exactly the same way.
To create a theme, you need to adjust the design settings first by selecting a logo, background image, colours and fonts. After you’ve customized
your theme, click the Save theme button in the bottom left corner and type a name for the theme. It will be located it in the My themes section.
In the Branding tab you can change your course logo either by uploading it from your computer or by attaching an external link with it.
Changing your background design can have dramatic effects on the overall appearance of your courses, and it’s easy to do in Easygenerator.
Easygenerator has a gallery of ready-made backgrounds. You can choose whatever appeals to you in the Branding tab.
If nothing suits you, you can fill a background with any image or color you want.
Also, you can change its brightness and apply one of three display modes: full screen, repeat or original. You can also enable or disable a secondary background.
Color settings for Easygenerator courses, such as text color, main and secondary color, button text color and content body color, are accessible to you
and easy to change. Just go to the Interface colors and customize color settings.
If you want to change the way your sections are displayed, go to the Layout tab. You can have them presented in tiles or a list.
Here you can also enable the table of contents if needed.
In the Fonts tab you can choose fonts and adjust their styles accordingly. It is possible to customize fonts of the course interface and content separately.
To get more info on the design options, watch the following video tutorial.
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