A brand kit is like a portfolio of all your regularly-used fonts, logos, colors, graphics, and other assets. Once you add all your favorite design elements to your brand kit they will "follow you" around in PicMonkey, appearing at the top of palettes and panels. That means you'll never have to search for your often-used graphics or colors ever again.
This feature is available to Pro subscribers only. Learn more about Basic vs. Pro subscriptions.
To create more than one brand kit, become a PicMonkey Business subscriber.
Create your brand kit in PicMonkey:
1. From the PicMonkey homepage, click Brand Kit at the top of the left panel.
2. Click the "+" signs to add your favorite elements to each section.
Now when you design in PicMonkey, your brand's design elements will appear front and center. You'll also be able to find them elsewhere. Like the color picker and fonts list, for instance.
How do I remove an asset from my Brand Kit?
You can delete a logo, template, or graphic by clicking the three dot context menu in the top right when you hover over the thumbnail of that asset, and then clicking the trash can “delete” icon. You can also rename logos, templates, or graphics via this context menu.
To delete a color, open the color picker, click on the color, then click the trash can icon at the bottom.
To delete a font, open the fonts menu, click the pencil icon to edit the font, and then click clear font style at the bottom of the menu.
FAQs about making brand kits
Q: How many fonts, logos, graphics, templates, and colors can I add?
A: You can add any number of color palettes, fonts, logos, graphics, and templates.
Q: I do design work for several small business clients. Can I create multiple brand kits so that I have a brand kit for each client?
A: Yes! The PicMonkey Business subscription lets you have several brand kits. You don't need a big group for a Business subscription, even businesses with 1 or 2 people can subscribe.
Pro subscribers can create one brand kit, adding multiple color palettes and selecting multiple fonts.
Q: I already uploaded my custom fonts to PicMonkey. If I want these fonts to be my 'Brand Fonts,' do I need to add them myself?
A: Yes, you must again upload your custom font into your brand kit.
Q: If I create a brand kit as a Pro subscriber and later downgrade to a Basic subscription, can I still access my Brand Kit?
A: No, Basic users to do not have access to the brand kit feature. In this case, you will still see your Brand Kit assets in Hub and in the PicMonkey Editor, but the assets will be grayed out and inaccessible. You will see a Pro badge next to all brand kit labels indicating that you need to renew your Pro subscription to access your Brand Kit and associated assets.