Tip of the Week: Using a Custom Header Graphic on LawHelp (client site)
Friday, April 06, 2007
- Organization: Pro Bono Net
Did you know that you can easily upload a custom header graphic to your LawHelp client site? Several states are already using custom graphics to enhance their site's local flavor or integrate special branding elements.
Here are some examples:
If you would like to develop a custom logo, it can be helpful to enlist a professional graphic designer. An effective logo can be developed on a small budget, but often designers are willing to take on small projects pro bono. Keep in mind that end users are your target audience and solicit feedback on sample designs from clients.
Once your graphic is finalized, it can be uploaded to your LawHelp site under Page Set Up -> Header -> Header Graphic. To add or change a graphic, click "Browse" to select a header graphic file from your computer's hard drive.
A tagline can be embedded in your header graphic, as it is on TexasLawHelp.org, or you can enter one in the Header Subtitle field.
This text will appear below the header graphic, as it does on WashingtonLawHelp.org. (LawHelp.org/LA uses both to a nice effect.) When you are finished, click Post.
Use your new logo on everything you produce -- flyers, press releases and giveways!
If you would like more information about using custom header graphics, please contact your Circuit Rider.