Introduction to themes
Themes allow you style charts with your organization's brand profile.
Creating a theme involves entering details from your brandbook, including preferred fonts, colors and styles, in the everviz theme editors. Themes are typically created by an organisation's design team. Chart makers can apply themes in step 3 of the project wizard.
Note: Themes is a premium feature. Learn more about the different everviz plans here.
- Company theme
- Can be applied to all project types
- Fewer customization options than chart specific themes
- Chart specific themes
- Can only be applied to the project type they were created for
- Full customization power
- Standard themes
- Example themes that are built-in to the app
Get answers to common questions around themes.
What are themes?
In everviz, themes are templates that can be applied to charts containing your organization's brand profile. Themes can be created for all chart types or for specific charts. eveviz also has standard themes - example themes to get started.
How are themes created?
Themes are created on the themes page, often by the organization's design team. Theme design considerations such as accessibility, responsiveness, design best practice and more.
How do I use themes?
Theme designers often create different themes for different content types. Users then apply the theme when creating the chart.
The themes panel contains themes that we did not create. Where do those come from?
These are the standard themes that are included with your everviz account. Disable standard themes here
How do themes work?
Themes allow an organization to create branded charts. Themes in everviz are often created by a graphic designer or someone responsible for maintaining a company's visual identity. Theme design is a true art form, involving considerations such as accessibility, responsiveness, design best practice and more. With themes, the chart creator, who is often not a designer, can focus on building a great data visualization using their data, without thinking about the design elements.