Using Canva For Web & Social Content

When it comes to finding or creating quality graphic content that aligns with your brand it can be a real pain navigating between paying for and learning how to use expensive software that just doesn’t deliver efficiently. That’s why at Cube we use Canva.

Canva unifies all the major design features to make photo editing, design and sharing easy. In principle, Canva is a great tool that allows employees without any background in design to produce visually appealing and impactful marketing materials either for use in print or online making Canva an increasingly useful resource for any company interested in creating high quality designs.

Canva is perfect for individuals and companies that have no budget for a graphic designer or designer software. Canva offers free items and use of their software so you can make sure you like it before taking it to the next level with their paid options.

Whether you' re looking to improve your design skills for business, personal use or just for fun - if you have a specific project you need today, Canva is for you. Canva's beginner, intermediate and advanced users can find tools and tricks to help speed up their graphic design work and use Canva's layouts and design elements to build their own simple and professional designs.

While social media marketing images can be your key reason to search for a graphic design tool, you will ultimately be more productive if you only need to learn and use a tool for multiple marketing design purposes, such as creating email banners, postcards, flyers, blog images.

With hundreds of templates, images and illustrations, and dozens of fonts and text styles, Canva makes it easy to create unique, high-quality images that are great for sharing on social media, your website, or your print materials. Beginners and professionals alike will benefit from the rich Canva library and professional templates that allow you to design attractive graphics, presentations and posters with little effort.

Canva offers less customization and flexibility than some tools (especially compared to large graphics applications such as Photoshop), but what is missing in the settings, is made up for by an intuitive interface and beautiful templates.

At Cube, we use Canva at some point on nearly all of our projects. Let us know if there is something that we can help you with today!