Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Canva



Agency Name: Canva
Minimum Payout: $3
Payout: request
Editorial: no
Images: yes
Vectors: yes
Footage: no
Audio: no
Minimum Res.: 4 MP
Licenses: RF
Compensation: 35%
Pricing: $1.00
Referral Program: no
Upload methods: FTP, DVD, Hard Drive
Currencies: USD
Languages: English
Headquarters: Sydney, Australia
website traffic: Alexa, compete, DomainTools
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/canva
Twitter: @Canva
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Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/canva/
Blog: http://blog.canva.com/
last update 09/30/2014


About Canva
Canva makes it amazingly simple for everyone to create professional quality graphic designs. Its online design platform brings together a simple drag-and-drop design tool and a library of more than one million photographs, graphics and fonts, allowing anyone to take an idea and present it beautifully in print or online.
Canva can be used to design almost anything: presentations, posters, blog content, cards, online marketing materials, invitations, flyers and so much more. For more information on Canva, visit the website or follow the company on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram or Pinterest.


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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for this post, very interesting.
    I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
    Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
    On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
    So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
    Stefan
    marketer at
    http://www.bluepixelcie.com

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  2. Thank you for this post, very interesting.
    I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
    Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
    On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
    So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
    Stefan
    marketer at
    http://www.bluepixelcie.com

    ReplyDelete