This section describes the steps needed to request a customized version of Broadsign Publish.
It is possible to request a customized version of Broadsign Publish (also called white labeling). This customized version, intended to change the branding of Broadsign Publish, implies having your own logo and colors used in your Broadsign Publish instance.
There is a cost associated with having a customized version of Broadsign Publish, so it might be good idea to validate with your account manager.
White labeling involves the following:
You must provide the following assets to your Broadsign Product Specialist.
Note: Asset files must be named correctly and should be present in each white label folder.
- A dark and a light version of your company logo called dark_logo.png and light_logo.png. The logo should have a height of at least 60px. We will keep the logo's aspect ratio.
- A favicon.ico icon to be displayed in the address bar of Internet browsers.
- A background to be used in the login page called login-background.jpg.
You must provide the following information to your Broadsign Product Specialist:
- Your Client Domain name (CNAME), for example, http://publish.mycompany.com/. It will be used in your DNS pointing to publish.broadsign.com.
- Your Site Name
- Your Brand Colors in HEX code.
- The Text Color to be used on the Login Page in HEX code.