For creators with no formal design training, what a glorious savior Canva is!
December 29, 2021

For creators with no formal design training, what a glorious savior Canva is!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Canva

Canva made my life super simple as a content creator and as a marketing team lead in general. After writing blogs for the company website, contributors do not have to wait for designers to create them some graphical content for their blogs. With teaching a few how-tos and taking through a couple of simple tutorials, the contributor now can design their own graphical content exactly the way they imagine. I also create quick social media posts and stories using Canva.
  • Creating blog creatives.
  • Creating social media contents.
  • Managing branding collaterals.
  • Working on designs collaboratively across the team or the organization.
  • They should introduce the concept of layers to give more freedom in designing.
  • They should add more elements in their directory.
  • They should improve the file organization system inside the dashboard.
  • Blog graphics creation
  • Social media content creation
  • Brochure creation
  • It let me do the job with one designer which would take 5 to do it on Photoshop.
  • It let me enable the blog creators to create their own graphics to complement their writeups. It saved me time and hassle of maintaining connection between them and the designer.
  • It helped me create property brochures super fast.
Snappa was very basic in terms of collection of tools. Canva is more advanced than Crello and the easy interface never lets you realize how feature-heavy it is for amateur designers. Also, Snappa sort of charges per user while Canva comes for the team as well. Canva has way more templates than Snappa and the templates in Canva are very udpated.

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Canva is well suited for:

1. Small teams.
2. Small business owners.
3. One person agency.
4. Growth hackers.

Canva is not well-suited for:

1. High-end graphical contents
2. Multi-layered complex graphical contents