Brite Starter Pack is composed of
three main sections:
A. Payment Badge
You should use the payment badge on your website when presenting or describing different payment options to your customers. Place Brite’s payment badge and logo where other payment methods are presented.
Below are examples of how to use Brite’s payment badge.
Payment badge white, recommended for dark-colored website background
Payment badge black, recommended for light-colored website background
Payment badge clear space
Use the following reference to keep sufficient, clean spacing around the payment badge to let it breathe and prevent legibility issues.
B. What is Brite
We have created a What is Brite? landing page to provide information on who we are and how Brite works. Link to this page or host the content on your website to provide useful information to first-time Brite users.
If you want to link to What is Brite? on Brite’s website:
Where to use What is Brite?
You can place What is Brite? page in different sections of your website:
- Support section/help center
- Checkout – refer to checkout guidelines on page 10
- After payment selection