You can create a custom look and feel for the content that learners see, including uploading a company logo and customizing a theme color for learner touch points. You can use the Bridge theme or pick a hex color based on a neutral theme, and preview what each page will look like for learners prior to applying changes.
- Some features may be restricted based on permissions for your user role.
- This feature is not available in Bridge for Teams accounts.
To customize your theme color, click the Customize Color toggle. The toggle will change from gray with a x (off) to blue with a checkmark (on).
Add Theme Color
Once the Customize Color toggle is enabled, you will notice the page thumbnails in the preview pane change to a neutral background. The theme color will affect buttons, link colors, progress bars, and other primary focus areas for learners, and will be based on this neutral theme.
To add a theme color, click the Theme Color link. The default selection is the Bridge theme (hex color #3B9DFF).
You can also add a primary logo. A primary logo appears on light backgrounds such as course headers and email notifications.
Note: Background colors cannot be customized.
Preview All Pages
As you make changes, the thumbnails in the preview pane will automatically update in real-time so you can see what your theme color will look like for all learners. Learners will see your theme color in the following places:
- Login screen
- Splash screen
- My Learning page
- Learning Library
- Email notifications
- Course slides
- Course quizzes
Click an individual thumbnail  to open a larger preview.
Bridge automatically saves your changes; however, you must apply changes for learners before learners can see your changes. View the save status at any time in the header .
When you're ready to apply changes for learners to see, click the Apply Changes for Learners button . To return to the content branding settings page without applying changes, click the Close icon .
Note: Bridge automatically saves your changes; however, you must apply changes for learners before learners can see your changes.