Are you designing image posts for social media? Well, then there is great news as you read on.
Social media experts stress the significance of images to gain impressions/views.
However, creating an image post is quite cumbersome in Photoshop. Frankly, it just takes too much time.
One day I discovered Canva. Creating image posts became simple. Layering, filters, cropping, etc. along with predefined templates; What more can you ask?
Life was good, till I met Pablo. BAM! Simple became easy.
The above image post was made using Pablo.
- Selecting canvas size: You can pick a canvas for Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. Each platform has its dimension rules for images; Pablo takes this into consideration.
- Selecting a background: I normally select free stock Photos from Unsplash; High resolution photos that are free to use. Pablo uses Unsplash by default for inserting background images.
- Writing the text: The text section is divided into a header, body, and caption. It also generates random inspirational quotes for you.
- Setting your logo: Upload your logo once and forget about it. You have the option to hide it, change the size and add the radius to make it rounded.
- Sharing the post: One click share to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram; You can also download or buffer the post.
Even writing the text can be eliminated by using the Pablo extension for Chrome .
"Art is the elimination of the unnecessary." Pablo Picasso
Still can’t believe it’s that simple. Give it a try : Pablo .
I bet you won’t regret it.
How Pablo made creating social media posts easy https://t.co/OSnEdlAV6d— Daily Book Reviews (@busyachiever) December 20, 2016