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.
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If you're looking to make interactive infographics -- not just plain visuals -- check out this online design tool. Easily add graphs, maps, text, and even playable videos without diving deep into a design program. It also has social sharing tools built right into the infographic, so you don't have to worry about creating a custom Pin-It button. It's a pretty nifty tool if you want to create and ship an infographic -- fast.
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SmallPDF – PDF to JPG converter might not be the most obvious choice here, but I need it for one very specific job: fixing blurry BookBub Ads. Sometimes Canva (and other programs) exports a blurry image at smaller sizes, an issue when it comes to BookBub Ads and the small, 300x250px format. Here’s my workaround: export the image as a Print-Ready PDF in Canva, convert it to a JPG using this tool, then reduce the size to 300x250px. That should kill your blurriness. (Note: I heard that Book Brush may have solved this problem in another way, but I don’t know the details – perhaps a Book Brush user can let us know in the comments).
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.
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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.