Since your login page is often the first thing users see, it makes sense to customize it according to your Brand Guidelines.
Changing the appearance of your login form and its background is pretty straightforward. You can set up your Branded Login Page in your account settings. You can find your Account Settings by clicking on your Avatar image in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Customize your Login Page Layout
You have the option to change the layout of the login page to a two-sided page with the login details on the left side, and a brand image on the right. You also have the possibility to bring your login button on-brand by changing the color of it or modifying its labeling. Further, you can set your own logo, and a custom background picture to modify the login page.
The following minimum sizes for your assets are recommended:
Background image with at least 1600px in width;
Your logo with a size of at least 200px in width.
By default, the login page comes with amusing welcome lines every time you open the page. This greeting message can either be shown or hidden. If you want to have your own greeting displayed to your users, this can be done as well.
More than that, you can customize the labeling of the email and password fields to give further instructions.
Custom Fonts on Login Page
Brand platform owners can change the Frontify font to a company/brand font on the login page and the related processes (“Request access,” “Lost your password”) as well.
Custom Terms & Conditions
In case you need to request your users to agree with your custom terms and conditions before they create their user account, no matter if they are invited to the platform or they request access on their own, you can enable this option in the Layout section of the settings.
Contact support or your dedicated customer success manager if you have any questions.
If for some reason you don't want to make the changes as an account owner yourself, you can temporarily upgrade the rights of a team member until the changes are done. This article shows you how to set an account owner.
In case you're looking for information regarding access requests, you can learn more about it in this article.