ABCs of Canva
Canva is a user-friendly and free online tool for DIY graphic design that looks professional and polished. With thousands of customizable templates, fonts, and graphics, plus millions of photos to choose from, you can easily design social media content, print materials, or branded items quickly and with minimal fuss. Learn the basics and start creating today!
Skills you will learn in this webinar:
- Basic orientation – Learning the lay of the land in Canva
- Uploading logos and photos
- Customizing a template
- Choosing, sizing, and moving text and other elements
- Designing print materials vs digital
- Creating social media content for Instagram and Facebook (stories, posts, event covers and more)
- Downloading your designs into a usable format
Available only in English
About the Presenter
Lia Morsell is the co-founder of the Red House coworking space in Fort Bragg. She has started three businesses and has designed websites and visual content for all of them.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
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