Overall Satisfaction with Canva
I use Canva to help my firm create posts that are used on our social media channels. As a business owner, I wear many hats, including a digital marketer. Canva has helped create inexpensive graphics art, royalty-free images, and low-cost graphic design tools. It helps us avoid paying large licensing fees for graphic design software and finding royalty-free marketing images. In recent months, it has also offered video support and has always provided easy-to-use templates.
- Easy to create social media posts.
- Reinforces consistent branding for business images.
- On demand graphic design.
- Reduced graphic design costs.
- Quick turn around time for graphic images.
- Consistent social media posts.
- Adobe PhotoShop, iStock and from Getty Images
Canva offers the best value for the money graphic software solution. Its costs are exceptionally lower than Adobe PhotoShop and its graphics are much lower in costs compared to Getty Images. Canva does not offer the full extent of graphic tools like Adobe PhotoShop and the graphic image library is not as extensive as Getty Images but it gets the job done for creating quick and relevant social media posts.
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Canva is well suited for creating social media posts. It has several sized templates to create posts that can even be directly published online. The service does offer video posts but this is not a fully functional video editing program. It is more suited for static image posts but the video is a great new feature.