Using your own brand, logos, and color schemes

Learn how to rebrand your Strivacity instance to use your own logo and color scheme for each application.


We understand the importance of building a brand that stands out to customers. When in search of your defining style, every detail is taken into consideration to achieve a consistent and distinguishable brand identity.

With branding support for applications, you can apply your brand’s carefully thought out identity and visual style to your services in a snap.

Your logo, your brand colors, your voice: with the Strivacity integrated brand visualizer, you can customize layout elements down to the last bit and add your communications to customer journeys to reflect your brand’s uniqueness across your applications.

Branding visualizer

The branding visualizer is a safe sandbox environment to put your branding to the test and review in real-time the designs applied to customer experiences before it's applied to an application.

The branding visualizer brings together, all in one place, the ability to:

  • design the layout of sign-in and self-service experiences using CSS and HTML
  • add your communications to different customer journey steps
  • add your scripts to enhance the functionality of your sign-in and self-service experiences
Branding visualizer full-screen view

Branding visualizer full-screen view


You can find out more about the functionality of the branding visualizer at the next page.


You can make sure your application looks exactly how you want it to be. The branding visualizer lets you try out your CSS, HTML, and scripts before going live with your branding. Preview options that display the different stages of the customer journey are just a click away in the preview drop-down.


Since branding policies can apply to multiple applications, branding visualizer content (e.g. which input fields, social login buttons, etc., appear) is sample content with your brand-specific changes displayed.

MFA enrollment preview with example CSS

MFA enrollment preview with example CSS


You can learn more about preview options at the link.

Learn how to:

1) Create a branding policy

2) Assign a branding policy to an application

3) Copy, export, and import branding policies