Let's face it, creating an image for your business online isn't always easy. After all, not only do you need to find pictures and graphics that represent your unique personality, but you need to do it without resorting to using the same stock photos that everyone else around the web is using today.
The good news is that Canva is here to help. A photo-editing application, Canva offers a drag-and-drop approach to design that allows anyone to create stunning presentations, graphics for social media and pictures for blogs within a matter of seconds. Canva comes packed with:
Millions of images to edit and enhance - or you can upload your own images and work on those instead.
Photo filters including transparency, blurring and black and white filters so you can add something special to every image you upload.
Shapes and icons that you can use to create everything from badges to a brand-new logo for your website.
Hundreds of fonts to choose from - make sure that your typography doesn't let the rest of your design down.
Here are just some of the things we like most about Canva!
1. Create Custom Graphs with Ease
Whether you've got a presentation to create for your board members, or you just want to show the relationship between a couple of sets of data for a meeting, Canva can help you to organise your data into a stunning visual graph. There's no need for complicated software, all you need to do is type in information about your values and label certain parts of your graph, then Canva will do all the hard work for you.
After you've finished creating your app, you can simply export it into any of the other files or documents you already have in Canva. For instance, you could embed your charts and graphs into your social media posts and infographics!
2. Custom Image Cropper
If you don't want your image to take up too much space, but you're worried about losing the quality of the photo with a re-size, then Canvas's image cropping solution could be the answer to your problems. Every photo in your designs can be cropped and scaled within a few clicks, and you can even create amazing compositions using the Canva photo library.
You don't have to worry about cropping your photos to fit certain frames or grids either, because Canva can manage that on your behalf.
3. Add Text to your Images
Whether you're looking for a way to give context to an image, or you want to create your very own infographic, Canva has the solution for you. Choose from hundreds of different fonts to suit your style and customise your message even further with a variety of colours. For those fun pictures, you can even create speech bubbles that help to give your photos an exciting comic-book effect.
There is a range of different speech bubble designs to choose from, and all you need to do to use them is drag and drop the design you like onto your layout or picture component.
4. Enhance Your Photos
If you want to use your own photos on your blogs and social media posts but all you had to snap your picture was your trusty camera phone, don't worry. You can import your photos into Canva and edit them to make them look as good as new. If your photo looks murky and dull, Canva can help you to turn up the saturation. On the other hand, if your shot is a bit dark, then you can always try changing the brightness and contrasts.
Canva holds onto the original files for all your images so you can always go back a step or two if you think you've taken your editing efforts too far.
5. Free Available Icons
If you're looking for a way to add fun and excitement to your images, then you can browse through Canva's selection of delightful icons and stickers. You can combine different symbols and icons into your designs to give them a next-level modern look, or simply ensure that your website has the right personality every time you publish a new blog post.
By combining icons with fonts, Canva users can even create their own business cards, logos, letterheads, signage, and other components too.
6. Create Web Wireframes
Finally, Canva offers you all the tools you need to create a wireframe for your own website design. The drag-or-drop UI makes it easier than ever to adjust and tweak your wireframe until it looks perfect. Whether you're planning on developing your design skills yourself, or you simply want to hand a good brief over to your designer, the Canva wireframe creator could be ideal.
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