Web Designing Tool Review : Canva

There is a variety of software and tools for the purpose of web designing and development when you create blogs, websites etc. This makes it very difficult to select and start using good one that will help increase your productivity.

Nevertheless, there are software options that are continuously rising in popularity since making their debut. One of these is called Canva, launched in 2014.

Not only is this wonderful, interactive software for free, it is a popular choice for affiliate marketers, bloggers, online entrepreneurs etc., and all for good reason. I’ve put together an in-depth review of Canva. Read on to find out more.

Canva for Web Designing

Canva is a web development tool that is available for free, and allows you to create any masterpiece that you want. Whether you have to prepare a university project or have some serious graphic designing needs to take care of, Canva has you covered.

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Canva has also provided several upcoming web designers as well as the more proficient ones with a platform to create their designs with as much ease as possible, while not taking up too much of their money or time. You can check out the web development tool for yourself at www.canva.com.

Moreover, Canva has a cool and interactive UI that works with simple drag-and-drop software. This makes it exceptionally easy to use since all the work that you do is by basically using the track pad, or mouse, of your computer, and voila!

Canva has a wide variety of features available for the purpose of web designing and development. These features include illustrations, shapes, text, grids, lines, background, and even stock photos for free. Unlike the complicated software that Adobe Photoshop threw at us, Canva is incredibly easy to understand and it’ll only be a matter of minutes before you become proficient in using it.

As if that wasn’t enough, Canva even lets you create other things and already has a variety of templates that you can choose from. The list of design types that Canva offers to you to choose from is a long one. Here are the most popular design types that bloggers and media managers turn to Canva for:

  • Social Media Posts: This includes Pinterest blogging, Twitter images, Twitter posts, Tumblr images, Facebook Ads and posts, etc.
  • Documents: This includes Presentations, US Letter templates, Letterhead, Magazines, A4 Posters, Resumes, etc.
  • Blogging & eBooks: This includes infographics, Wattpad book covers, wallpapers for your desktop, eBooks, blog titling and graphics, etc.

Other templates included in Canva’s library are:

  • Real Estate Flyers
  • Restaurant (or any) Menus
  • Banners
  • Flyers
  • YouTube Channel Art
  • Headers or Facebook Covers
  • Event invitations or cards

Even though this seems like a long list, rest assured that there is a lot more in the Canva’s library of designs and templates that can help you undertake any sort of web designing project that you please. The fact that Canva offers free stock photos from a vast library is also one of the reasons of its rising popularity. You can check out the web development tool for yourself at www.canva.com

Canva is a web development tool that is available for free, and allows you to create any masterpiece that you want.

About the Author WillTan

Hi there, I’m Will Tan – self-proclaimed 2nd best web developer in Singapore, JB and some said Batam, lol. Okay, seriously, I’m essentially a web developer and trainer in web development (of course), mobile app development, internet marketing, SEO, e-business … if you have any issue on anything related to the web, help is just a ticket away @ https://support.willtan.com.

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