I really like to make graphics, though I know I’m still a novice. I’m learning more and more every time I use it. When I need to make featured images for blog posts, or cover pages for a .PDF or workbook, Canva is actually easier than Photoshop sometimes. There is a free version so you can try it out. You can use my template even if you don’t have a “pro” account.
If you have a creative business and you aren’t using Canva, I highly recommend it, and I think that once you get rolling with it, you’ll want to get the Pro version so you can have the extra perks (like extra folders, elements, photos and branding kit). They even have a Design School where you can walk through how to use Canva. HERE
All my branding items are stored in one place, and I have my fonts, logos, color palette and lots of images at the ready!
Last year I made a fun color palette Template for you to use to keep your brand colors together and have the hex codes at the ready. (Get it HERE)
Well, I incorporated the color palette into a small branding board, and I want to share it with you!
It’s super easy to use, and you can totally move the elements around to make it your own.
It’s just a fun visual board to keep your branding elements in one place for reference or sharing!
I hope you enjoy it!