In my town, when someone says “c’anvá” they usually respond with something like “pos pa’yá” or “malejo dande vengo!”; but that is not what I want to talk to you about in this mini-post in which I want to share with you a great tool that I have found: Canva . Canva is an online tool that will help us create attractive graphic files such as infographics, covers, presentations, Facebook covers, etc., in a very comfortable and simple way. One of the things I like most about Canva is the impressive library of images and graphic elements that it has ready to add to our compositions, in addition to the huge number of pre-established examples and compositions (templates).
What can you do with Canva?
Anything would be the most promising answer but I think it will be better if I show you another top industry data one, lest the demons come and take me away, you already understand what I mean. Well, first, registration . As it is still in Beta, they will surely send you the registration email shortly after requesting it. If not, don’t worry, ask me for an invitation and I’ll give it to you. I have 5 . Once registered, when we log in, we can choose what type of graph we want to make: A4 document. Presentation. Infographic for our Blog. Facebook cover. Image optimized for Social Media. 10×15 photo.
Well, okay, I admit it, I smoke joints every day, I smoke one and it’s like turning on the radio (damn, these are still playing on the radio. Look how good they SEO EBL were!!). Anyway, so you see. Yes, in the end I got an ugly post!!! Cachis.. Anyway, what I wanted to say is that this is not the best tool in the world to create graphics, infographics or more on your blog but, why not, it is one that is good to know to alternate. TRUE? Look, for example, I made this one in 5 minutes. How about?