Once the background is uploaded, it will appear on the workspace together with all the elements created in step 1

These elements will appear as they were created in step 1, so it's probable that they won't match the background picture. This is why you can adjust them and rearrange them to match your background picture perfectly. To edit an element just click on it on the workspace to select it.
To adjust several elements together you can Shift + click all of them, and then resize or move them all together.
The different adjustments you can apply to the personalizable elements are:
  • Change position
  • Change size: This will scale the elements, always maintaining the proportions to make sure it matches correctly with the production file.
  • Change rotation
  • Add Skew: Use this to apply a perspective effect to the different elements.
  • Color: You can change the colors of text elements and image placeholder elements (if they are grading or single color type) to match the real-life color perfectly. Colors on the preview are independent of the production file, meaning changes here won't affect the colors set on step 1.
  • Texture: You can add texture to the text to make the preview more realistic
  • Opacity: Give image placeholders opacity to make them look more realistic
For text elements, try typing some text to see how it will look on the preview, this will give you a better idea of how you need to adjust them.
For image placeholder or vector placeholder elements, try uploading a picture to see how it will look on the preview, this will give you a better idea of how to you need to adjust them.
All adjustments done on the preview won't affect the production file. So feel free to adjust elements as you'd like. 


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