Guide Musho to work within your brand's unique style. ✨

Brands allow you to maintain stylistic consistency within your Musho designs by automatically incorporating elements of your brand.

Using Brands

Step 1: Create a brand. 🎨

To create a new brand, navigate to Musho's icon at the top left side of the plugin, and select Create a new Brand, or click + at the top right.

Step 2: Customize your brand. 🧑‍🍳

To customize the New Brand, hover over it and select the pencil ✎ icon.

Within the brand creator, you can specify brand name, color, fonts, and even add a description to help AI understand your brand’s tone, voice, and messaging. Be as detailed as possible.

Adding the sections mentioned above will only be relevant to designing in experimental, social media or website mode and not in template mode because templates override brand colors and fonts.

Step 3: Generate a design with your brand. 🤝

Once you've created your brand profile, you can generate with Musho as normal for your web pages and social media posts.

Voila, you now have your brand in Musho! ✨

Switching between Styles

You can tell what brand is active by checking the icon in the top left of the plugin.

You can switch between stylists at anytime by navigating back to the Brands menu, and selecting your brand of choice.

If you prefer not to use a brand, that's not a problem! You can switch to the Musho "brand" which will generate colors, fonts and content based on your specific prompt.


We have a brand new feature for Brands, where you can add templates to your Brand and use them in template mode to create posts, stories and necessary utilities based on a pre-made template easy and fast.

First, let's see how to add templates! From Brand settings, you simply need to go to the bottom of the window, and click on Add your first Template. Then, select one or multiple template modules in your Figma project. As you choose, the templates will appear in the plugin. Once you've finsihed your selections, simply click Add Templates.

Important: When adding a template make sure that the images has --lummiat the end of their names. Such as" Image --lummi ".

Then you need to add a title and description, to do that, you simply need to click on the template you want to edit. Provide a thorough title and description to ensure proper functionality. This description will influence the final output.

After entering your title and description, it is ready to use. Additionally, you can use the:

Test button to see if the outlines of the template works well.

Sync button to update your template with the new design changes you made.

Find to find your template in the page.

Ensure all fonts used in your templates are installed on your desktop to avoid generation issues.

Then, you can simply go to the Template mode and create a new generation based on your template. If Musho cannot automatically detect which template to use, it will give you options for you to choose before generating the design. You can ask the AI to generate up to 10 variations.

What's Next?

Future versions of Musho will introduce more advanced features within Brands. These might include the ability to add extra colors, receive design suggestions through GPT vision, and even create a new brand by analyzing your current artboard in Figma.

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