You don’t have to be a designer to create beautiful and engaging typeforms. With Layouts, you can set the mood for what you’re asking and make your questions stand out by adding images to them.
Here’s how you can add layouts to your typeform:
Select a question, and add an image to it like so:
Tips! You can use the Unsplash library, icons or your own pictures as a layout. Check out this article to find out more about images in typeforms.
Click Add in the Layout section of the question settings:
Note! A layout is a not a background image. Background images apply to the whole typeform, while layouts only apply to the selected question. Find out how to add a background image to your typeform here.
Now you’ll see the layouts settings, where you can select the Position of the layout:
- You can choose between Stack, Split, Float and Wallpaper on the left hand side, and see what your question will look like on the right.
- Drag the dot on the preview image to set the Focal point of the layout, or use the Brightness scale to adjust the brightness of the image.
- Desktop and mobile screens have different layouts by default. Check what your layout will look like on different devices by switching between the Desktop and Mobile views at the bottom of the screen.
When you’re happy with the position of the image on both desktop and mobile, click Save changes to apply the layout.
If you want to change the layout of a question, click Change in the Layout section of its settings.
To delete the layout, click Remove in the Image section.