Canva is built to help you grow your brand. If you’re creating a start-up, building a small business, or dreaming bigger, once you’ve created your Canva logo can help your team can create sleek, on-brand designs with shareable brand color palettes, logos, and elements within the editor. You can also collaborate together in real-time on any design, on any device, from any location.
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The innovative BeFunky Graphic Designer makes it simple to design however you want. Whether you plan on underlining words for emphasis, adding vintage ribbons to create a classic look or creating something totally unique with geometric shapes, we offer fun and functional design elements that are simple to add. It's leading the way in creating a world where graphic design is quick, easy, and accessible to everyone.
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.
ImageOptim handily solves a problem that all the above might create. Putting lots of fancy graphics on your website can slow it down, something you don’t want generally, but really, really don’t want for something like your newsletter sign-up page. This useful tool will reduce the size of all of your images to appropriate resolutions for web usage – and as a bonus it’s really quick and easy to use, so you can fly through a whole stack of images in no time. And it really does make a huge difference – see below for proof.
Quick and easy tutorial on how to record, save, and use a finished design
Magic Resizer – don’t tell Canva, but I’d pay just for this alone. Before Magic Resizer waltzed into my life, I would spend a decent amount of time making a nice Facebook graphic. Then I would have to build the whole thing from scratch again to make a BookBub graphic. And then again to make a Facebook Cover photo or whatever else I might need. Now, I click a couple of buttons and my promo image is magically resized into whatever format I want. Wonderful! Such a time-saver, and it has encouraged me to be more comprehensive in my branding too, making all my graphics match across various social channels.
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Edit: This step is where you get to put on your artist hat and modify your design. Don't rush this process and make sure you inject your own flair so this truly represents what you and your company stand for. You can either start with the font selection or get straight to the graphic. You can customize colors, effects, layout, spacing and more. Before you finalize your design make sure you get some feedback from family, friends or business partners.