What would AI content be without an AI-generated image to accompany it?
Each Byword article comes with an AI-generated image, which you can upload to your CMS.
Examples of images generated by Byword
This article, and indeed the screenshot above, cover the latest Byword image model (SDXL - Aug 2023). This has been the default image model on new accounts since the start of August, and is recommended for use. You can toggle the image model version on your Settings page, if you'd like to revert to prior image models.
Byword can generate images in two sizes:
- Regular - 1024x768
- Wide - 1024x512
Images with a pastel orange and turquoise colour scheme
Image quality is generally higher when leaving the colour scheme blank, so we'd recommend leaving it blank unless colour scheme is a high priority for your brand.
Your colour scheme should ideally:
- Contain one or two colours
- Contain zero or one modifier per colour
Good examples therefore are:
- pastel orange
- pastel orange and turquoise
- pastel orange and faded turquoise
Poor examples are:
- orange blue green white Too many colours
- deep rich ocean-like blue Too many modifiers
- generate in the style of andy warhol Not relevant to the images' colour
Byword's direct integrations (WordPress and Webflow) will all handle image syncing automatically:
Indirect integrations (Zapier, API, CSV) will return the image asset URL in their results, so that you can handle the image however you like.
Note that in HTML exports of Byword articles (both when copying to clipboard from the web interface, or in CSV exports) the images are purposefully not embedded into the HTML. This was a conscious choice made because of the variety of ways that different CMSs handle images. Instead:
These images are generated concurrently with your article, using a customised AI image model. They have some known issues, namely that they're not always the best at depicting text or human figures. Byword tries to mitigate these issues as best as possible, but sometimes these issues are visible in the final output. As such, images have always been positioned as a free add-on, on top of the core product (the article).
The fact that these images are generated by a customised AI model means that you don't have to worry about copyright or royalties. The images are all totally unique to your article, and you won't find them elsewhere online.