One way Lingo helps drive brand consistency is by allowing customers to display contextual information about their assets directly in-line with their assets. This ensures that anyone pulling from an asset library will know how the assets should be used. 

Supporting Images is the feature that allows customers to add contextual information that is visual - think of them as visual guidelines that you can use to communicate:

  • Logo clear space / clear zone / safe margin

  • Misuse examples

  • Dos and don'ts

  • Specs, like a logo's minimum size or its placement

  • Etc.

Supporting Images are quite versatile, so you can use them in other ways that enrich your brand. Like communicating your brand's mission, its values, or its principles.

To add a Supporting Image to Lingo simply drag the Supporting Image icon from the Insert Panel and drop it at the precise location where you want the supporting image to display in the gallery.

Once added to your Kit, Supporting Images can be re-ordered just like any other asset. Unlike a traditional asset though, you will not be able to download a Supporting Image. 

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