Online Marketing: Learning How To Use CANVA
Learn how easy graphic design can be with live training and a demo of CANVA. Learn how to choose designs, edit, resize, and more. Learn all of this without ever needing to go to graphic design school.
This class is specifically designed to take someone with ZERO design skills and turn them into a sophisticated graphic artist or designer, with Canva’s done-for-you templates.
Visual communication is its own language and we want you to speak it fluently! We’ll cover the basics of the system so you can begin to create high-quality brochures, presentations, social media posts, and more.
Class topics will include:
- Creating social media posts
- Re-sizing finished designs for multiple platforms.
- Choosing photographs and graphic elements.
- Best practices – the dos and don’ts of design, including choosing color choices and fonts
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