Start strong with an eye-catching title design. Your project title design will be the first thing your readers see when they land on your project’s url.
Projects and sections may both have title designs. Title designs may be used with sections to create transitions or breaks, and allow for more control over your project’s flow.
To set a project title design, expand the project flap and click the title design button.
To set a section title design, expand the section title flap and click the title design button.
By default, sections and projects both use the Simple title design. To use no title design, open the title design menu, deselect, and save.
This is the fun stuff. Figure out what you want by using the Title Design picker to browse through various designs. Most covers come with their own set of options, such as for text placement or colors.
You can upload an image (or video) into the picker and preview how it will look, not only in a browser version but also on mobile:
In all of the full-image title designs, you can upload a video to silently play as a user arrives at your story:
Some wonderful examples include:
- “Cuba at a Crossroads”
- “The Lost Brother”
- “Two Years After the Storm”
- “Seattle’s All-Female Football Team”
- “Vanishing Roots”
- “What Lurks Beneath”
You can add audio separately by including a soundtrack.
Covers that feature text over an image include a background overlay setting. Use it to set the opacity and color of the scrim that separates your text and your image.