How to Create FREE Attention Grabbing Images for your Website, Blog & Social Media
Have you ever wondered where people get those awesome images that you see on social networks, blogs and websites?
There are many tools which allow you to combine photos and text to create attention grabbing images, but some of them can be complex to use.
HOWEVER, there is an easy to use online software called Canva! The best part is it’s free – although you can upgrade to their pro version which gives you even more functionality.
Canva has evolved over the past few years and has added lots of new functionality, which lets you become a professional editor in no time.
So what are some of the things you can make with this awesome tool?
Blogging & eBooks
- Album Covers
- Comic Strips
- Wattpad Covers
- Event Programs
- ID Cards
- Invitation Cards
- Seating Charts
and so much more …
- Mood Boards
- Business Cards
- Gift Certificates
- Facebook Cover
- YouTube Thumbnails & Channel Art
- Meme Generator
- Social Media Graphics
The great thing about Canva is that it doesn’t JUST provide you with all the tools to create stunning images, but they also teach you how to use it.
If you are new to design, then check out the free tutorials:
- A quick overview of all the things you can do
- Creative tips to supercharge your design skills
- Pro features and pro tips to get you to the next level
- How to centralize your assets and promote consistency
Or you can take one of the Canva courses:
But Canva goes even one step further and offers incredible tools, such as
A tool which helps you find a complentary font combination for your design.
Quickly filter, resize or edit your photos for free. Unlimited use and no watermarks. No apps or plugins.
Want to know what colors look good together? Canva’s Color Wheel makes color combinations easy.
Design Size Guide
Make sure your posts are like-worthy with the best quality images through Canva’s sizes guide and templates library.
Unlike other online graph makers, Canva isn’t complicated or time-consuming. There’s no learning curve – you’ll get a beautiful graph or diagram in minutes, turning raw data into something that’s both visual and easy to understand.
Canva is currently donating all proceeds from paid images used in design towards Australia’s emergency bushfire relief and recovery programs.
by Ivana Katz
Websites 4 Small Business – www.web4business.com.au; Learn to Design – www.learntodesign.com.au/
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