Dynamic Browser Branding: Customization Options

Dynamic Browser Branding: Customization Options

On May 30, 2018, Datalogics announced the release of READynamic 3.4, now delivering Dynamic Browser Branding capabilities. The new documentation clearly defines the process and is very easy to understand. Customers can use the provided documentation to easily create their own branded READynamic browser, or can send Datalogics their preferred color scheme and image files. Datalogics will update the READynamic browser to reflect the organization’s brand and style.

Documentation consists of three documents: The READynamic Browser Branding Resource Guide.pdf, READynamic Browser Branding Instructions.pdf, and READynamic Browser Branding Specification Entry Form.pdf. The documentation provides details as needed for file types (.ico, .png) and size for any required icons or images. The Resource Guide provides a description of what changes can be made to the browser experience. The Branding Instructions document provides detailed instructions for customers who wish to build their own branded browser experience. The Branding Specification Entry Form can be filled out and returned to Datalogics by customers wishing to have Datalogics update their browser.

Branding is applied to three areas of the users browser experience: the Login Page, Portal Pages, and Reader Page. Let’s take a look at each in turn, starting with the Login Page.

Login Page:

The Login Page is optional – some customers choose to use their own unique Single Sign-On utility. If you use the Login Page, you can modify the following. In the screen shots below, you will notice various elements have a number assigned. Each of these elements can be modified as part of the branding.

 

  1. The icon shown on the browser tab
  2. Name used for the product
  3. Corporate logo for the top bar
  4. Web page address for “Sign up now”
  5. Copyright statement (organization name, link)
  6. Access links (Blog, Contact, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
  7. Request evaluation link (removable if not used)

Portal Pages:

The Portal Pages in READynamic live between logging in and reading content. Content owners use the pages to upload and mange content. Readers use the Portal Pages to navigate to their accessible eBooks.

  1. The icon shown on the browser tab
  2. Name used for the product
  3. Product logo for the top bar
  4. Primary color for objects on the page (Main color)
  5. Top Bar color
  6. Side Bar color (Menu color)
  7. Menu Inactive color
  8. Menu Hover color
  9. Color for bell and ssername
  10. Copyright statement (organization name, link)

Reader Page:

The Reader Page delivers the learning tools and navigation that make READynamic a collaborative and interactive reading and learning experience.

 

  1. The icon shown on the browser tab
  2. Name used for the product
  3. Toolbar icon
  4. Highlight selected items color (Main color)
  5. Background for side bar and options list  (Menu color)
  6. Menu Inactive color
  7. Menu Hover color

NOTE:  Some elements, such as Main, Menu, Inactive, and Hover colors, apply to both the Portal and the Reading Pages.

As you can see, the browser can easily be themed to match your corporate identity, and updates can also be made without waiting for a new build from Datalogics. If your branding requirements are more complex than those outlined above, feel free to contact us tech_support@datalogics.com and discuss your requirements or questions.

Interested in trying out READynamic? Click here for a free trial.

 

 

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