Designing elements is made easy with Canva. You can access the website and app for free. Or you can pay to access more features. Below are some ways I use Canva, from logos to brand elements to Instagram Stories. P.S. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure for more information.
The best part about Canva is that it’s easy to use. When you log in you immediately see recommended design templates for Facebook covers, Pinterest pins, LinkedIn banners, blog banners, posters, presentations, Instagram posts – and the list goes on. So even if you’re not a design expert, have no fear! This site makes it simple.
The first step for creating something is to either select a template you like or start with a blank slate for your design.
When you click to edit the design you can add different colors, text, images or pictures to it. Here is an example of how it looks on the backend:
Here are some example of how I’ve used Canva to design elements:
Instagram Story highlights
Canva is design made easy (and mostly free)! If you have any questions on how to start or use the platform, comment below or send me a message.