The future of Prezly’s Newsroom Themes
Join us as we take you through what’s new and improved in our new default theme, and how you can use Prezly’s open-source code to further customize your newsrooms however you want.
Join us for a live walkthrough of the theme
We’re really excited to officially introduce a new generation of newsroom themes, starting with the new default, Bea! This theme is an evolution of the Classic theme, featuring a clean layout that is perfectly suitable for both text-heavy content and rich-media stories.
Here's what we'll cover:
What we did A roundup of what we’ve improved in Newsroom Themes, starting with the release of the new default theme, BEA
What you can do A demonstration of Themes settings for BEA and how clients can take the open-source code, customize their newsrooms as they wish using Prezly's assets
What’s coming next An unveiling of our upcoming themes and how we envision a marketplace for themes in the future
We're going live at 15:00 CET on Wednesday 9th March 2022 (What time is that for me?) – you can RSVP below to watch live, and get the recording and write-up afterwards.
See you there!
Join the livestream!
When? Tuesday 8th November at 16:00 CET 🇪🇺 (What time is that for me?)
RSVP below to watch live & get the summary video.
The Prezly Newsroom Themes Manifesto
Here's the backstory
It has always been one of our missions to help you build really good-looking newsrooms that fully meet your brand design guidelines – all without needing any design experience. Any Prezly user can easily set up brand-aligned newsrooms all in a matter of clicks, and we've seen you make it happen! ✨
However, as trends and technologies are constantly changing, it’s just as important for us to make sure that our clients’ newsrooms stay current and in tune with the latest best practices.
So, over the last year, we’ve been spending more time on developing new newsroom themes – not only for improving layouts and bringing the code up-to-date, but to also make them fully open-sourced and customizable, allowing our users with development resources to have even more control over newsroom design and branding.
We can’t wait to see you put the new themes in action!