I’m excited to use Canva for my blog posts starting in 2016. Credit goes to Tracey Kracht for introducing me to this amazing resource for digital content creation. I primarily saw Tracey use Canva for content posted on the Liberty LEADS website and for use with leading twitter chats.
Canva allows you to easily design graphics and/or presentations. There are a variety of templates provided for social media posts, documents, blogging/ ebook features, marketing materials, social media/ email headers, event graphics, and advertisements. Each category has free templates or you can purchase them for $1/download.
It’s free to upload your own photo as a background and there are a variety of free texts and other elements from which to choose.
Easily create beautiful designs + documents
Use Canva’s drag-and-drop feature and professionall ayouts to design consistently stunning graphics. (About.canva.com)
Canva for Education explores how this could be applicable for teachers looking to use Canva with students.
I look forward to enhancing my blog this upcoming year with this resource by creating and using visual post titles using Canva.