What do you get with each Brand
Once you add a brand, and associate Assets to a Brand, you can add downloadable Brand Guidelines and display a Brand Page for
Brand Guidelines are auto-attached to Downloads and Sends.
A Brand Page allows you can introduce the brand or talk about your brand guidelines.
What's the difference between App Users and Portal Users
An App User has access to the Brandkit App interface (as well as the Portal) and depending on role configuration can upload, edit,
tag, approve and archive assets, manage users, view reports, manage requests and notifications as well as Download, Share,
Send and Email users.
An App User would typically be an internal marketing staffer, who is uploading, curating or editing content and sometimes a external
content creator, agency partner, etc.
A fee is charged for each App User user.
A Portal User has access to the Portal only, and is a consumer of assets. They can find, download and share the assets
from the portal based on allocated role. Typically would include customers, distributors, sales or front-line staff, partners,
suppliers, sponsors, etc.
Can we setup different User Roles with different capabilities?
If you choose the Basic or Advanced Custom Design and Config option (a paid option), Yes, Multiple Roles are configurable.
For example: You might have an Admin and an Editor Role within App Users and a Standard User in Portal Users. and a Staff User role within Portal Users.
If you go with the defaults you get 3 standard roles, Guest (public), Standard User (a Portal User) and Admin (an App User).
What is the Portal and what are Portal Users?
Brandkit is a platform made up of two interfaces. A Brandkit App interface where your App Users upload and manage users
and content such images, video, graphics and other visual assets. The Portal is the public facing self-service website
where the your approved consumers of these assets can register, login, search, view and download those assets.
Can I change my plan?
Absolutely. You can chnage you Base Plan, add or remove optional Plan Upgrades or do more customisation, at any time.
What do you mean by Capacity?
When you store assets, the idea is that many of those assets will be downloaded or shared. Typically some assets are more popular
and are downloaded/shared more often. In our experience for most customers a 1:1 relationship Storage to Traffic works
So when buy a plan with 100GB of Capacity, you'll get 100GB of storage and we'll we match that with 100GB of traffic.
If you use more, overages will apply.
* If you think you might have high traffic volumes (e.g. lots of video content) you might want to get a custom plan
What are Overages?
Your Plan will have a nominated volume of Brands, App Users and Capacity. At the end of each calendar month we check your
account stats and if you have exceeded your nominated volumes, we'll bill you any applicable overages, at the following
- Overage per Brand: US$50/mth
- Overage per App User: US$25/mth
- Overage per GB Storage/Traffic: US$1/mth
- Overage per Portal User: US$0.25/mth
We'll let you know when you're getting close to your nominated volumes. You can then decide whether to keep
your current plan and pay the overages or upgrade to the most appropriate plan for your needs.
Whats is included in Basic Customisation
- Custom logo and colours.
- Custom home page carousel or hero image and welcome copy.
- Custom User Roles.
- Custom Asset Licences.
- Custom email header and footers and sign-off.
- Choose between self-service registration, invite only or social network login.
- Choose between Public or Private (Behind a login wall) access.
What is included in Advanced Customisation
We typically work with your design team or creative agency to come up with a beautiful on-brand user experience
for your Brandkit users that matches your unique brand identity and way of doing things. We make Brandkit
Usually a overarching graphic design is developed, approved by you and then coded by us on the Brandkit platform.
We can include custom pages, landing pages, navigation, a visual asset blog, and much more.
Here are a couple of examples: visuals.newzealand.com,
nzstory.govt.nz, to whet your apetite.