Today, I’d like to share with you the types of designs that helped me reach My Canva 100 Design Milestone Badge. The other day, I wrote about My Canva 50 Design Milestone Badge ,which is blue. In that article, you should be able to get a good background on how I earned the 50 milestone badge then the 100th milestone badge.
For now, we’re going to discuss the types of designs I created and downloaded to reach the 100 design milestone badge, which by the way is purple. I have 4 solid brands on Canva. Each brand has its own set of color scheme. I use a variety of pinks and other brand colors, base on the format I’m trying to communicate:
Videos- Inserted into posts or presentations on Canva and can be downloaded with ease.
Custom size- For example, I sell Throne chair courses and Amazon Courses on Thinkific. The dimensions they require, for banners, are different from social media banners. I can easily create custom dimensions.
Facebook posts- I love posting quote next to my photos on Facebook posts. I also design my masterclass cover on Canva.
Facebook page header- Here’s a header I design to represent my masterclass.
Instagram posts- When I need to combine photos for before and after photos/videos. I do lots of fitness videos and photos. The Canva template feature helps make everything look more professional.
Youtube graphics- I’ve created cover art, before and end titles for Youtube.
In conclusion, you don’t need to hire a professional to grow your brand. Canva offers an affordable tool that all entrepreneurs, especially those on a budget, should take advantage of.
I hope to be able to bring a professional designer on board part time soon. But in the meantime, I’ll keep using Canva, hoping to earn more design milestone badges.