I use Canva a lot, from creating social media posts to web design. I've even used effects to cover sensitive info in videos as a poor man's blur when the YouTube editor was acting up on me recently.
Canva is an online design tool that allows you to create images and videos with the aid of thousands of customizable templates.
The professionalism Canva adds to your visual presentation is invaluable as it comes in handy more often than any other editing tool I use.
Why is Canva so great?
Well, there is a free version, which you can use and get by with comfortably with, but if you're into professional design you may want to think about upgrading to the paid version to unlock all features.
Here's the difference between the free and paid (as of writing this blog on Oct. 29th 2020):
$0 CAD /month
100+ design types (social media posts, presentations and more)
250K+ free templates
200K+ free photos & elements
1GB of storage
$12.99 CAD /month
or $155.88 CAD billed yearly - save 23%
Everything Basic has, plus:
420,000+ free templates
75 million+ premium stock images, photos, videos and graphics
3000+ fonts or upload your own
100GB of storage
One-click design resize
Create your brand’s visual identity with logos, colors and fonts in 1 Brand Kit
Here is a quick tutorial of Canva if you decide to sign up, which I highly recommend you do.
If you decide Canva is right for you and you want the Pro version, please consider using my affiliate link to sign up.