Manage Your Portal's Colors

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You can customize the primary and secondary colors of your portal as part of its look and feel. Updating the look and feel of your Bynder DAM is one way to make your portal stand out. Within our standard theme, you can update the logo, colors, fonts, favicon, and login page buttons and copy to ensure that your portal is on-brand. 

Note: The changes are applied to the Asset Bank, Collections, Brand Guidelines, and Asset Workflow modules. Currently, Studio and Content Workflow are not customizable.

Learn more about the custom theme here

Note

We’ve released this new self-service section for updating the look and feel of a limited number of Bynder portals. If you are interested in switching to the self-service look and feel functionality, please contact your Customer Success Manager.

How to Update the Portal Colors

You are able to customize and preview your portal’s colors in the Portal Theme section.


  1. Navigate to Screenshot 2023-04-05 at 1.55.53 PM.png > Advanced Settings > Portal Settings.
  2. Click Portal Theme under the Look & Feel section in the left sidebar.
  3. Select Color in the Theme Properties section on the right-hand side and enter the hex code in the Primary & Secondary Color sections.
    • Primary Color: This color updates the color for the links and buttons across the portal.
    • Secondary Color: This color updates the colors within the grid view & asset count in the Asset Bank.
  4. Click Save changes.

Delete Brand Colors

You can remove the hex code to reset your portal to the default Bynder colors.

  1. Navigate to Screenshot 2023-04-05 at 1.55.53 PM.png> Advanced Settings > Portal Settings.
  2. Click Portal Theme under the Look & Feel section in the left sidebar.
  3. Select Color in the Theme Properties section on the right-hand side of the screen.
  4. Click Ex.png to delete under Primary and Secondary Color to update the colors to the Bynder default.
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