Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Canva Review: The Best Graphic Tool For Unskilled User

 



Canva Review: The Best Graphics Tool For Unskilled User


Canva is yet another freemium online graphics tool that’s extremely simple to use and offers a mountain load of templates that can help you out. It’s supposed to be a quick and easy way to create visuals and help those unskilled in the magic of graphic design.


Getting to Know Canva

The general flow of Canva is much the same as anything in its category online nowadays. You sign up (either with Google+ or an email address) and then just follow the breadcrumbs. Canva will prompt you to choose what type of graphic you’re trying to create, then be suggesting various template visuals for you

Once you’ve chosen the layout and template you’d like, then comes the customization. Everything is drag and drop, and text can be edited much like text boxes in any other graphic design software. I’ll admit, it is very easy to use.

Is Canva free?

Here is where a slight differentiator comes in between free and paying users.

For those who are using the free version, Canva has slightly more limited templates available for you to choose from, and limit your collaborative team to 10 members. Even more importantly, it doesn’t offer you any images at all. Any images you want to use will have to be your own or licensed for you to use. It will sell you images at US$1 a piece though.

Those who opt for a paid Pro account will get a 30-member team account, plus access to what Canva claims is a database of 300,000 images. It can also help you resize your designs. Other highlights include the acceptance of custom fonts, color palettes and the ability to save templates.

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