I’m pleased to introduce you guys to an idea I’ve been playing with a little bit over the past few months: vertical overlays. For a long time the out-n-out convention has been to occupy horizontal space with your graphics and designs, but that doesn’t necessarily suit everyone. I decided to go vertical on my own stream a month or so ago, because it achieved a cleaner look, while using less space. It’s not an idea that will suit everyone, but may be something a few of you hadn’t considered and would love to implement.
With over 150 stream graphics available, this can all get a little overwhelming. Perhaps you don't know your Twitch overlays from your stream alerts, or what exactly Professional Customisation means on our stream design pages. Well, take a look at our guides section.
My name's Lou and since 2014 I've designed & maintained everything you see, from website to stream overlays. Twitch Overlay isn't impossibly large teams with zero accountability - any order or contact you make, you're talking to me and me alone so feel free to get in touch.
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