Canva: Free Online Digital Illustration

I had a really nice email from Adelbert Bola,
Community Outreach Specialist at Canva.

He had read my post about FotoJet and wanted to remind me of the usefulness of Canva, a digital illustration app that many authors--including me--use.

Since I like Canva and agree with Adelbert that it's very useful, I asked for a guest post.

I'm happy to present the information and great graphics I received.

About Canva

Canva is a simple drag and drop, design software, which is fully online and free. Canva has been around for just over 27 months and already has 17 million users.

The designer tools in Canva make it easy to create stunning layouts. They have more than 1 million shared photos, fonts, and elements.

Add the contents of the top stock photographers and graphic artists to that and you get endless design possibilities.

Need a brochure? Canva allows you to easily create the perfect marketing materials that people want to read.

Present your information clearly and beautifully using their professionally designed templates.

Just (1)drag and drop your favorite images, (2) customize the fonts and colors, and (3) edit text.

How Canva Works

As I said, it's a simple type of drag-and-drop software. If you can click and move the computer mouse, you can create some great projects.

Popular Types of Designs
At the right, you can see a graphic that shows the many popular design types you can create. There's just about everything you need for online promotion. 

Design Feature Choices

There are a large number of design features from which to choose:
• Text
• Background
• Grids
• Framework
• shape
• lines
• Illustration Free stock photos

Create A Design
On the left you can see the Create Design page that gets you started.

Remember, Canva is free, but you do need to register an account to get the most benefit.

Takeaway Truth

If you don't use Canva yet, give it a try. I think you'll like it.

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