You can upload your church or organization's logo to establish your brand presence as soon as a user visits your Nucleus. Adding your logo is simple and intuitive, and only takes a few clicks!

To begin, navigate to your Nucleus Settings page while logged in to your Nucleus account.

Then, in the left sidebar, click 'Branding' under the 'Church' section.

Main Logo

Nucleus supports three different logos that are displayed in three different areas across your Nucleus.

The first logo is your main logo that will appear at the top of your Nucleus homepage on desktop.

Under the 'Logo' heading, you'll see a purple button to Upload New Logo.

Alternate Logo

The second logo is your alternate logo that will appear at in the footer of your Nucleus and at the top of each card in your Nucleus (if you choose to enable that setting).

Mobile Logo

Lastly, the third logo is your mobile logo that will appear at the top of your Nucleus homepage on mobile. Because the appearance of Nucleus mobile is considerably different than its appearance on desktop, we allow you to customize the logo of this logo for greater flexibility.

Logo Best Practices

We recommend using .png files with transparent backgrounds to ensure that your logo seamlessly fits into your Nucleus. 

Below, you'll find dimension guidelines for your logo depending on its orientation (portrait vs. landscape vs. square).

Square Logo

If your logo's shape is best described as "square" we recommend your logo's dimensions be 100x100 pixels (see example below).

Wide Logo

If your logo's shape is best described as "wide" we recommend your logo's dimensions be 185x100 pixels (see example below).

Tall Logo

If your logo's shape is best described as "tall" we recommend your logo's dimensions be 100x150 pixels (see example below).

Nucleus Logo Container

The Nucleus logo container measures 185x150 pixels. Above you'll find recommend sizes and dimensions for your logo depending on its particular shape - these are recommendations based on what we've seen work best within the Nucleus framework.

But feel free to experiment with the Nucleus logo container with different dimensions to find the ways in which your logo looks best to your eyes.

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