Champions Breakfast

21st of November, 2019

Here’s a recap of last week’s Champions Breakfast. We’re happy with the valuable input we received on our product roadmap, and we’re already looking forward to seeing Vincent's design tips put into practice in your upcoming Foleons.

Product Update

Here’s a recap of the things we’re working on currently.

Team Managment

We’re introducing a new level of user management for your Foleon account. This allows you to group users together in teams and determine which publications belong to which teams.


Providing great content experiences on any device is at our very core. In a similar way, we also want to make that content accessible to all readers. That’s why we’re now improving the accessibility of publications according to guidelines such as WCAG 2.1 AA and ADA.

See what else is on the planning in our roadmap.

Champion Presentation

We had the pleasure of having Lex Willemars from AM show us how they use Foleon and what value it brings them.

To build enthusiasm around their innovative, environmentally friendly urban developments, AM creates spectacular digital magazines. See how they use video, 3D tours, and interactive maps to inspire their audience.

Design tips

For dessert, our designer Vincent shared useful tips for creating your next content masterpiece. Here they are:

The power of typography

Playing around with text styling can really improve your message, even when you have no images. Adding extra-large bold titles or including universal icons are two great ways to make your text stand out.


It's important to have lots of white space and not too much content. In every good design, white space plays a vital role in letting your content breathe. Don’t try to cram too much together!

a gallery

A great and simple way to create a gallery is to use overlays attached to individual images on your page.

Want to see the end result?


Here’s a nice selection of the photos from the breakfast.

Share your feedback

We’d love to hear your opinion on the topics discussed, so please share your feedback on the event.

Want more design tips?

Check out our pre-recorded Advanced Design Webinar to learn more useful design tricks!