I love images and infographics. They add a great deal to a post, presentation, or project. It allows those in your audience that are visual learners to make a connection. One of my favorite resources to use when creating these images is Canva.com. Whether working with the website or within the app, you are able to access your files to quickly edit an existing image or create a new one. I use Canva all the time, and continue to use the free version with no issues. I can create images, or locate copyright friendly images, to upload to Canva for ease of use. Canva also has a limited number of free images you can choose from.
Another thing I love about Canva is that it has templates you can start with that are already preset for many social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can also create posters, business cards, and more from templates that are easy to manipulate. Need an image that is a specific size? Create a custom template and choose your dimensions.
Some of the images I create regularly are below. The include:
COVER SHEETS OR HELPFUL TIPS TO POST
If you love images and infographics as much as I do, give Canva a try. You won’t be disappointed.