Canva makes branding images as simple as a drag and drop. Whether you choose to use your logo, social media handles, or a hashtag, what was once a time-consuming task will only take a few minutes.
Canva’s transparency tool also means that branding your images can look sleek and non-invasive to the viewer.
I use Canva for all my creative designing needs like creating a YouTube thumbnail, my website pages, blog images, and social media content. Though I use Unsplash for getting relevant images since it is integrated with Medium, but my preference is always Pexels and Pixabay.
Canva is an amazing and powerful design tool made for non-designers. Almost 10 million people in the community are using Canva for designing and it is FREE and has a paid version that comes with some great features.
With Canva, you can design presentations, social media graphics, and thousands of beautiful layouts. It has millions of images, photo filters, background remover, free icons and shapes, and hundreds of fonts for you to design anything and everything.
Canva is a tool that makes it possible to design anything and publish anywhere. With its user-friendly drag and drop tool and thousands of customizable templates, over 400 million designs from more than 10 million users across 179 countries have been created with Canva so far.
Canva is very easy to use, even easier than Microsoft Paint. Once you’ve chosen the layout and template you’d like, then comes the customization. Everything is drag and drop, and text can be edited much like text boxes in any other graphic design software. I’ll admit, it is very easy to use.
Share with the world. When you pair Canva with YouTube, you become an unstoppable video-making force. Publishing your design will deliver your video in a file format that can be easily uploaded to YouTube, and then it’s out there for the entire world to access.
Canva allows you to make great images without needing to be an expert in graphic design. I have used it several times now for simple things like curating lovely Instagram images to more complicated designs for our new marketing material.