Customising your pages

This video explains how to customise your spread by choosing the colour palette, fonts and background.

Choosing your colour palette: Each spread can use a colour palette comprised of 5 colours. Use the palettes available, or create your own – perhaps with your school colours. Choose a different palette for different spreads to add a bit of contrast between them, or use the same palette across all spreads to create continuity.

Theme - Palettes

You can edit these from the ‘Theme’ tab. You’ll see the default palette for that spread that you can either edit by clicking on the 5 bcolours shown, or you can click through to ‘Choose a pre-made palette’ and see if we’ve something you’d prefer.


Choosing your font selection: Similar to the colour palette, each spread can contain 5 fonts. Use our combinations, or choose from over 600 fonts to make your own! Consider that different fonts occupy varying space on the page.

Again, these are editable from the ‘Theme’ tab. If you’d prefer to view them all at once rather than the list view available in the book you can see them at

Theme - Fonts


Choosing a background: Adding a texture or colour to your page background can really make it special. Choose from our designs, or ask us to create a custom background for you. Perhaps a watermark of your logo, or the school grounds…it’s entirely up to you!

To see what we’ve got available click the image underneath the Background title. You can use the dropdown box next to this (marked with the yellow asterisk below) to change the opacity of the image, and the paint can icon to the right will let you choose a colour to show through it.  Have a play around and see what you can come up with 🙂

Theme - Background

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