1. How to name your style
When naming the style or style set, you may consider the following aspects.
1.1 Combined with trending topics
You could combine the name of the style or style set with the trending topics even if your original intention of the style set was not designed for them. For example, we have developed a set of yellowish styles, and it is now close to the Autumn, then we can name this set of styles as "Autumn Greetings.”
We can make the name of the style or style more literary. For example, for a white theme style, we can name them "ivory white,” "pearl white,” "jade white,” "pink white,” "light purple white" instead of simply naming it “white.”
1.3 Be relevant
You can name the style with the aesthetic, genre, location, etc. For example, you could call a high contrast mono style "Moriyama Avenue Documentary Black and White,” making the style have a richer connotation and look more professional.
2. How to describe your styles
The description of your style or style set can include the following aspects:
2.1. The applicable scenes of the style
Every style is developed for specific scenarios, such as seascapes, portraits, evening, food, etc.
2.2. The design idea of the style
A basic introduction to your inspiration, for example, "a style to enhance the saturation of green plants, so that the picture looks more vibrant and vital.”
2.3. Tips on applying styles
For example, "adjust the opacity to get a more suitable result,” "reduce the color temperature to get a richer cool tone,” etc.
2.4. How to use the style
Sense there is no guarantee that everyone who saw your style knows what a Polarr style is, you can give them a hint like “download Polarr in AppStore to scan the QRcode,” “enter the shortcode in Polarr Photo Editor,” "Best used on images with lots of yellow," etc.
The common problems that users may encounter in importing or using styles, such as not being able to import styles, not being able to find the location of imported styles, not being able to create a Polarr account, etc.