It’s important to be able to make SharePoint look the way you want it to look. But it goes a lot further than that. What do you want to brand and what is at your disposal? SharePoint is a big platform that offers quite a bit of possibilities.
I’ve recently looked into a more detailed view on how you can start branding SharePoint. This story told will help you share the information in a more visual way with your colleagues, looking to brand SharePoint. Here is a list of links to get you started on building what you need.
- Blog Article « How do you start to learn branding SharePoint »
- Blog Article « Design Manager and step by step convert an HTML page to Master Page »
- Blog Article « Creating Composed Looks in SharePoint, the new Theme concept »
- Blog Article « Building your own Preview file for a Master Page in SharePoint »
- Blog Article « How to build an spcolor file for Composed Looks with Palette tool »
A quick recap of what you can do:
- Override the default SharePoint CSS
- Change the HTML or create it from scratch by creating a new Master Page
- Convert a regular HTML page into a Master Page with Design Manager
- Device Channels will allow you to switch Master Page based on the device
- Change how content looks with JSLink option
- Use Search and Display Templates to change how content is displayed