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Thursday, December 28, 2017

Canva

One of my favorite websites is Canva.  Canva is an online graphic design program that uses a drag and drop feature to create stunning, professional fliers, social media posts, announcements, etc.  

I am by no means creative.  Using Canva, I have been able to create designs such as the following to promote activities within our school system.  Although some parts of Canva are paid, the following were all free.






Take a look at Canva, and see what you think.  I know you'll love it!

~Cara

8 comments:

gseoa5 said...

Thank you! Canva revolutionised my work. I work as a PR & marketing manager in hospitality and I don’t have a big marketing budget, so Canva is perfect for me. 1$ for picture is not so much but I can create some nice offers for our clients. Here you have an example of my work: http://www.dwor.pl/pl/klienci_biznesowi/spotkania_wigilijne/ and it was only for 2 $ It’s a nice alternative for Shutterstock etc. Fonts are beautiful, it is very creative thinking to learn how to mix them. I use it also on my personal blog

gseo afour said...

Thank you! Canva revolutionised my work. I work as a PR & marketing manager in hospitality and I don’t have a big marketing budget, so Canva is

perfect for me. 1$ for picture is not so much but I can create some nice offers for our clients. Here you have an example of my work:

http://www.dwor.pl/pl/klienci_biznesowi/spotkania_wigilijne/ and it was only for 2 $ It’s a nice alternative for Shutterstock etc. Fonts are

beautiful, it is very creative thinking to learn how to mix them. I use it also on my personal blog

seoa3 said...

Thank you for this post, very interesting.
I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
Stefan
marketer at
http://www.bluepixelcie.com

seoa3 said...

Thank you for this post, very interesting.
I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
Stefan
marketer at
http://www.bluepixelcie.com

pslvseo a7 said...

Thank you for this post, very interesting.
I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
Stefan
marketer at
http://www.bluepixelcie.com

pslvseo a7 said...

Thank you for this post, very interesting.
I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
Stefan
marketer at
http://www.bluepixelcie.com

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unknown08 said...

Thank you! Canva revolutionised my work. I work as a PR & marketing manager in hospitality and I don’t have a big marketing budget, so Canva is perfect for me. 1$ for picture is not so much but I can create some nice offers for our clients. Here you have an example of my work: http://www.dwor.pl/pl/klienci_biznesowi/spotkania_wigilijne/ and it was only for 2 $ It’s a nice alternative for Shutterstock etc. Fonts are beautiful, it is very creative thinking to learn how to mix them. I use it also on my personal blog