If you asked two people to build a 3D tour of the anatomy of the heart in Human Studio, you would likely end up with two drastically different results. Not only would you see differences in the way the material is presented and segmented into chapters, but you would probably see a very different "look and feel" as well, such as their choice of label theme and the way they use paint to emphasize structures.
This is a normal product of the abundant customization options in Studio, but it's probably not ideal if you have multiple people creating models for a single course, website, or application.
Fortunately, our in-house Studio experts have created a foundational Human Studio Style Guide that you can use to establish a consistent experience across all of the models your team builds. Use it as is, or use it as the basis for your own unique style guide!