We have just released our latest new features.
Custom colours for surveys and shared reports
For those who want maximum flexibility when branding their surveys, we have now introduced unlimited colour choices for most elements. You can use our new predefined palette of 78 colour shades (increased from the previous 24 colours), or choose your own colours (either by using our colour mixer, or entering a colour hex value) for setting the survey header, navigation buttons, additional comments button, save button, finish button and all button text. In addition, we have also added the ability to set the page colour, so your surveys no longer have to feature the neutral grey background.
Free colour choices are now available using HEX Codes for the survey header, navigation buttons, additional comments button, save button, finish button, page background and all button text. The colour picker palette has also been expanded from 24 to 78 preset colour shades. These 78 preset shades are available for the survey accent colours. The accent colour is used for items such as question captions, radio buttons and checkboxes (for multiple choice and rating scale questions) and other small touches throughout the survey. Custom HEX colours are not yet available for the accent colours.
The accent colours (which control things such as question captions, radio buttons and checkboxes (for multiple choice and rating scale questions) and other small touches throughout the survey) have been expanded to also use the new 78 colour shade palette. Free colour choice will be coming to accent colours in a later release.
To explore the new colour options, head to the Manage Project/Customise/Styling from the left sidebar. As with other project settings, you can also create defaults that can be easily applied to projects with a single click, by clicking your profile in the top right, choosing Account & Settings/My Project Defaults/Styling.
If you start experimenting with colours and find you have created something hard to look at, you can now also quickly revert them back to our default settings, by clicking the new "Reset" button in the Styling window.
The colours set in projects are also used in Report Shares if the option to use project colours is set.