graphic design

  • 5 Platforms For Creating Graphics Online

    In today’s post, I’m sharing an overview of 5 platforms for creating graphics online for your blog or business. For the sake of ease, I’ll be listing the following in alphabetical order!


    Bazaart

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    Pros:

    • Good for photo editing

    Cons:

    • Only available on Mac devices, iPhone or iPad as of March 2020*

    Canva

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    Pros:

    • Easy to figure out
    • Templates for almost everything – you can also purchase templates from people
    • Free forever plan plus professional plans

    Cons:

    • Can be limited
    • It can be tricky if you are using it commercially

    Need some Canva templates? Check these out.


    Design Wizard

    Design Wizard: We Have Plan for Every Graphic Design Budget

    Pros:

    • A Canva alternative; seems slightly more robust in features

    Cons:

    • Freemium model; encourages you to update often

    PicMonkey

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    Pros:

    • Easy to use, even for techniphones

    Cons:

    • Interface and experience can be a bit sluggish
    • Functionality is a bit archaic
    • No free plan – lowest plan costs $8 CAD/month

    Photoshop

    Adobe deals with 'painful' early reviews of Photoshop for iPad ...

    Pros:

    • Once you get the hang of it, it’s great
    • Most liked by graphic designers
    • Adobe programs are industry-standard

    Cons:


    Which of the above have you tried or liked?

    Currently, I am using Canva but I am learning Photoshop since the monthly plan for Photoshop is actually cheaper than Canva’s monthly plan (for the premium, paid option).

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