How Do I Add a Second Brand Kit to Canva?

Adding a second Brand Kit to Canva is a great way to maintain consistency across multiple accounts, platforms, and teams. With Canva’s user-friendly interface and easy-to-use tools, you can create beautiful brand assets with just a few clicks.

Plus, you can add as many Brand Kits as you need for your company’s different projects or accounts.

To begin, open the Canva website and log into your account. Once logged in, click on the ‘Designs’ tab at the top of the page.

On the left side of the page, select ‘Brand Kit’ from the list of options. This will take you to your Brand Kit page, where you can access any existing Kits or create new ones.

Once on the Brand Kit page, click on the ‘+ Create New Kit’ button in the upper right corner. You will be prompted to enter a name for your new kit and choose a color scheme for it. You can also upload your own logo or select from one of Canva’s premade logos.

After creating your new kit, you can start customizing it further by adding fonts and colors that match your brand identity. To do so, click on the ‘Fonts’ tab in the left-hand menu and then select either ‘Upload Fonts’ or ‘Use Font Library’. Similarly for colors, click on ‘Colors’ in the left-hand menu and select either ‘Upload Colors’ or ‘Use Color Library’.

Once you’re done customizing your kits, they will be stored in Canva’s library so they are always available when creating new designs. You can easily switch between kits by selecting them from the dropdown menu located in the upper right corner of any design.

With multiple Brand Kits stored in Canva’s library, maintaining consistency across all of your designs is easy! You’ll be able to quickly switch between kits whenever needed to ensure all of your designs have consistent colors and fonts.

In conclusion, adding a second Brand Kit to Canva is simple and straightforward with its user-friendly interface and tools. By following these steps you’ll be able to create beautiful brand assets with just a few clicks and store them in Canva’s library for quick access whenever needed!