For those of you who are not graphic designers, meet Canva. Canva is a “drag-and-drop” design tool that helps you create all kinds of graphics. It’s photoshop for people who don’t know how to use photoshop. Canva is simple to navigate, easy to use, and an amazing tool for the non-designer who wants to include eye catching graphics on their website and social media. If you know your way around Photoshop, Canva may be frustrating for you.
You can go to the Canva website and create your graphic, or you can install the little Canva WordPress plugin to do it all within your dashboard.
Dimensions are super important when designing, and Canva has them all laid out for you.
Canva allows you to easily create graphics for your website.
This is not a sponsored post in any way, shape or form.
I just wanted to share a valuable tool with you cool folks 😉
Piqued Your Interest?
My Friend Crystal wrote a book that I think you might all benefit from, here are the details.
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- Where to find photos
- Some rules about fonts
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- and by the end of it you’ll create a free printable to offer your readers!
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