Uploading your brand assets

Upload your assets with the Wizard

When you create your account, you’ll be prompted to run the Wizard. This time-saving feature will pull your brand assets from your site in a matter of seconds, so you don’t have to manually upload everything.

Simply enter your company’s website address or career page URL and hit Run Wizard. The Wizard will then search your website for logos, images, fonts, typography and colours, pulling all of this information into nthuse ready for you to use in your templates.

As the Wizard runs, it will tell you how many assets it's found. All of these assets will be stored in the Content and Brand Assets sections. As magical as it is, the Wizard can’t yet pull in videos from your website, so you’ll need to upload these manually.

The Wizard will only pull in brand assets from the URL you’ve specified, it won’t canvas your whole website. So, if you have a couple of pages you’d like to pull assets from, all you need to do is re-run the Wizard.

Re-running the Wizard

You can re-run the Wizard, for free, at any time. To do this, navigate to your Company settings (located in the drop down under your company name), then hit Run Wizard.

Running the Wizard multiple times won’t delete any of the existing brand assets or content that you have in the system. However, you may end up with multiple versions of a particular asset, so it’s best to do a quick clear up of your brand assets after re-running the Wizard.

Upload your assets manually

You might want to add specific assets, like fonts or images, that aren’t currently on your website. Or, you might just prefer to upload your assets manually, rather than use the Wizard.

If that’s the case, then you can do this easily in your Content and Brand Assets sections. For example, if you wanted to upload a video, then you would navigate to Content > Videos then select Add New Video.

This will open an editing panel at the side of the screen where you can upload your file and edit its settings. Once you’re happy, hit Save.


Jenny Handy