In your Dashboard, you’ll see five tabs at the top of the page:
This is where you'll add your brand's products to your profile. Products are sorted based on when they were created, with newer products appearing first.
Click 'Add a Product' to create a new Product.
To upload images, click in the gray box that says "Drag file here or click to browse." We accept JPG/JPEG, PNG, and TIFF files.
The hero image for your product will appear in your profile's product list and show up first in the product's image gallery. To select a hero image, click on the desired image in the product upload form, and it will be highlighted in blue.
Images in the product gallery are 640x480 pixels. To ensure your images appear properly, we recommend using high resolution images with a width to height ratio of 4:3.
In the list of products in your public-facing Brand Profile, the images are rendered as 500x500 pixels. Please keep this in mind when selecting hero images, as they will be cropped to a square in the product grid.
We recommend including as many in-situ photos as possible, which will help them be shown to architects as Related Products in our image search tool.
If any of your products ever change, you can delete old photos and upload new ones.
Tag your products with relevant attributes and key words to help them appear in our Product Search results.
This section of tags is limited to Architizer's existing categories.
Material, Application, Performance, Tags
You have the option to create your own tags for these sections. If you don't see the tag you're looking for in the suggested options, select "Create option" to make a new tag.
Use tags to ensure important information about your products will be picked up in our search engine.
If a word is already included in your product's name, you do not need to tag the same word. For example, a product titled Glow Pendant Light will be returned in any searches for pendant lights. As a result, you do not need to add "pendant light" as a tag.
Words in your product's description will also be picked up in the Product Search results. However, the search engine prioritizes tags and product names, so any keywords that are especially important to your product should go in one of those two places.
Good Tags to Add
-Product types when the name of the product doesn't tell you what it is
-Synonymous product types i.e. desk if the product is named Workstation
-Application tags that show your product can be used in commercial or hospitality settings, or interior vs. exterior
Click 'save' when you're finished to add the product to your Brand Profile. All changes are reflected immediately.