No doubt, the premium graphic design software come packed with interesting and eye catching features that you won’t get in a free version. But, paid packages don’t fit in everyone’s budget especially when you are running a startup or building a new career in designing graphics. This is when these free graphic design software come to our rescue without putting burden on our pockets.
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It’s easy to add extra flair and personality to your projects with Adobe Spark’s exclusive design assets. Add animated stickers from GIPHY or apply a text animation for short-form graphic videos in one tap. We’ve taken care of all the boring technical stuff so you can focus on your message and style. You can also add collaborators to your project, so you can have more hands-on-deck bringing your design to life.
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Logos turn up everywhere you look. They can appear in lights on a building’s side or be stitched onto a uniform’s pocket. The type of design you ultimately create must work well across all potential settings because it’s your calling card to the world. A powerful logo is as critical to your organization’s success as your business plan, mission statement, and funding. Getting started with the Adobe Spark Post logo maker is easy, so grow your brand today.
Marc and Lisa Sylvester
To be completely balanced, I have had customer service issues with Canva in the past. I don’t like their policy on paid elements, and they really didn’t react well when I aired those criticisms online. Not a great response, and I was unhappy enough to start looking for Canva alternatives. However those issues have been resolved and Canva made some really welcome changes to how subscriptions work, so it was ultimately a big positive.
With our free PowerPoint templates, you can create beautiful SlideShare presentations without the heavy lifting. Simple plug in your content, adjust the colors to match your branding, and swap out images as you see fit. These templates range from clean and simple to a bit more intricate, so you'll have no problem finding one that suites your content.
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Sometimes, you need a photo of your website, blog, or Twitter profile with a little polished flair. While you can try manually customizing your screenshot to fit into a stock photo you already have, PlaceIt is an even better alternative. Upload photos directly into Creative Commons-enabled stock photo templates and watch your screenshots come to life.
Custom Fonts – the selection of fonts in the free version is quite comprehensive, but that selection grows significantly in Canva Pro. Not only that, you can upload your own custom fonts too, like all these beautiful ones I buy from Set Sail Studios. This helps solve a rather prevalent problem. Some people don’t realize the importance of establishing your own branding, native to you and your books, and they will… piggyback on someone else’s branding, sometimes even copying every little detail of their Facebook or BookBub Ads. Using a bigger selection of fonts can prevent a lot of this copying. Although, errr, I just told you where I buy fonts from. MOVING ON.