If your previous web app had its own branding—e.g. if your company logo was displayed in the web app—it cannot be automatically transferred to the new web app. Therefore, you must provide new branding resources for the new web app so that your users can continue to see your custom logo, for example, instead of the default DRACOON logo after the switch to the new web app.
For the previous web app, your branding had to be set up by the DRACOON team—for the new web app you can now do this yourself. The DRACOON Branding web application is available for this purpose. It allows you to define the following items for the branding of the new web app (of course not all of them have to be defined):
- company logo
- background image for the login page
- base color and accent color (The existing base color from your previous branding will be automatically transferred into the branding of the new web app before the switch).
Please note that the company logo and background image are now required in a higher resolution than before so that they look great on modern 4K monitors. As a result, you probably cannot reuse the original image files from your previous branding and you may have to request them from your marketing division, for example.