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CANVA PRO LIFETIME SINGLE

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CANVA PRO LIFETIME – Your superpower for design, marketing, print materials and beyond. Grow your business and increase you and your team’s productivity with a range of premium tools and content to help market your business to the world.

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CANVA PRO LIFETIME – Your superpower for design, marketing, print materials and beyond. Grow your business and increase you and your team’s productivity with a range of premium tools and content to help market your business to the world.

Canva Pro Lifetime Subscription is great whether you’re one person, or a team of hundreds. No matter how large your team, you can boost your productivity and take Canva to the next level with time-saving features. Take the hassle out of cropping and resizing your design with Magic Resize, organize your photos into folders, and save your brand logo, colors, and fonts.

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CANVA PRO LIFETIME SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1 USER

  • One-click design resize
  • 420,000+ free templates with new designs daily
  • 75+ million premium stock images, photos, videos and graphics free-to-use
  • Background removal from images with one click
  • Upload your own fonts and logos by asking admin user (please email to [email protected] to get 24/7 support).
  • Upgrade to Canva Pro Lifetime Ultimate subscription to manage brandkit yourself.
  • Create your brand’s visual identity with logos, colours and fonts in 1 Brand Kit (via support)
  • Download designs with a transparent background and customize download quality
  • Export designs as animated GIFs or MP4 videos
  • 100GB of cloud storage
  • Folders: Unlimited

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN CANVA PRO LIFETIME SINGLE?

  • Unlimited content with access to our entire photo, graphic, video and audio library at no extra cost
  • Design together with your whole team in the one place (apply to Canva Pro Lifetime Team 5, Canva Pro Lifetime Team 10 & Canva Pro Lifetime Ultimate version)
  • You can upgrade from Single licence to Team subscription anytime
  • Resize designs for any platform with Magic Resize
  • Stay on brand with all your brand fonts, colors and logos stored in Canva Pro
  • Premium Content: Get access to our entire library of 75 million+ photos, audio, videos and more
  • Templates: 420,000+ templates to choose from
  • Fonts: Upload your own or access 3,000+ premium fonts (via support)
  • Brand Kit: Store your logo, brand colors, and fonts to stay effortlessly on-brand (via support)
  • Collaborate in real-time: Collaborate on designs and get everyone on the same page, at the same time
  • Storage: Storage for all your favorite photos and images
  • Premium Animations: Get your designs moving with premium animations
  • Background removal from images with one click

WHO WE ARE?

We are a reseller of Canva Pro subscription. We are not a Canva’s official third-party.

We offer Canva Pro Lifetime licence.

WHAT IS CANVA PRO LIFETIME LICENCE

Lifetime licence of Canva Pro is a shared subscription from Education version.

Canva just provide monthly & yearly plans only.

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CANVA PRO LIFETIME FEEDBACKS

Canva Pro is a flexible tool for independent consultants”
Canva is a great resource for making visuals like advertisements and invitations. It is use to use and flexible. Using the templates and included images will make some nice products, but with its popularity growing, be prepared to add some of your own images and designs to personalize your projects. Or you can work completely from scratch. It beats Word or PPT because it presets the dimensions for the output which makes it so much easier post production.
Canva is easy to use, with a drag and drop feature design template, sample templates. Canva has many size templates for most if not all the social media platforms and different uses, such as Facebook posts and banners. You can easily upload your own graphics and images, crop and size within Canva, and download completed projects. The browser version can be accessed from anywhere so I can work from any computer. There is also a mobile app that works well.

Angela M
Owner Retail, Self-employed
Used Canva for: 6-12 months

“Canva Pro the Holy Grail”
I really had a great experience using this software and I think I will continue to use it until somethingbetter than canva comes up. But for now, Canva for me is more than enough.
I have been using this software for our email campaigns, my personal resume, flyers, training materials, business cards and even logo… I would say that Canva for me is just the cream of the crop among other softwares that provide same service.

–  The software is very easy to use, and when I say easy I meant very easy. It is perfect for beginners or even for people who are not that artistic but would like to have their campaign materials, resumes , business cards or other document to be professional looking.

– The free trial of the software is enough, but for higher quality and more premium tools, the price is reasonable considering your end product.

– They have everything readily available for you, from templates to sizes of docs. and everything else, and if you wanted to make it more personalized you can do it to some extent is still free of charge.

– The output can be downloaded in different formats and in different quality depending on your taste. — It saves everything from where you left off.

– You can access it on your phone, tablet and computer which is very convenient. It is just so perfect for me.

Cons:
– First, the customer service is good however, they can only be contacted through twitter and facebook and I think it is more convenient to have a customer service support through phone.

– There is no option to add video clips. It would really be a plus to have this option.

– Limited free options, specially with the image quality.

– If you are working with a team member, there is no way for you to collaborate on same account. Unless you email each other or talk in person. It would be great to be able to leave a note, or a simple chat box for communication purpose between team members.
Reasons for Choosing Canva: Because It very User Friendly.

Dysiree R.
Executive manager
Real Estate, 11-50 employees
Used Canva Pro for: 2+ years

“Canva is perfect if you are on a tight budget or schedule!”
Overall: Canva is a perfect solution for anyone who owns their own business or is thinking of starting their own. In 15 minutes – you can have a social media post, an Infographic, or a presentation all done. It is very cost effective (I believe we paid $13/mo when we first started a paid subscription) and gives you access to thousands of icons, videos, photos, fonts, and templates. When I ran our social media in the beginning, Canva allowed me to create 50-75 social media posts in a couple of hours. My team can now do 500 in the same time period and it has thus increased our productivity tenfold.
Pros: Canva is an absolute dream to work with. Not only is their product cheap (you can get started for free and this includes many free photos and elements), but it is extremely user friendly and has a vast library of templates. Starting with the free version and paying for “add-on” single images or videos (even if you do not have pro, you can pay for individual items you want) is the best way to get acquainted with Canva without the commitment. However, once you start using it regularly – I can almost guarantee you will fall in love with it.
Cons: There is almost nothing I do not like about Canva, but if I was forced to choose something it would be that videos downloaded “all at once” does not end up as individual files in a zip folder like pictures do, but rather as one continuous video. I can appreciate why this is great for those who do not have a video editing software, but I wish there was an option to “opt out” of the download as one single file (the workaround is to download each “page” individually, but this takes time).
Reasons for Choosing Canva: My husband (and business partner) has photoshop and was very eager to have me use it as well. However, I felt that for the price and level of experience needed to operate it, it would not give us the results we needed in the timeframe we needed it. So, when I discovered Canva and managed to use it from day 1 – the choice was simple.

Emilie Josephine M.

“User Since They Were Young”
Overall: When I was a fledgling independent designer, I needed a design solution that gave me much of the power of Adobe Illustrator, but without the cost. I also wanted something that didn’t require me to install software on my machine – aka cloud-based. After seeing a post from Guy Kawasaki, who was evangelizing for the company, I decided to try Canva out. Over the years, the company has added loads of useful features that helped me decide to start all my designers off with Canva rather than app software. Also, having teams and a brand kit available are a boon for creating designs for our own in-house work.
Pros: I started my marketing business with the idea that I’d grow it with remote staff. I realized that meant I’d need to find a design solution that gave me the power of Illustrator without the cost and the necessity if installing software. Enter Canva, the cloud-based designer’s Swiss army knife. With Canva, I can be in Buenos Aires, add a member to my team in Los Angeles, and get them straight to work…regardless of whether they’re subscribed to Adobe’s suite. Furthermore, the Canva interface has gotten much more robust over the years: smart guides, excellent export options, direct access to stock images – so the need for us to turn to Adobe is less and less.
Cons: Generally, the Canva team has really built an excellent product, so there’s not much I can complain about. However, there is one small, nuanced thing I’d really like. With security and privacy becoming so important now, I would love to have two-factor authentication through an authenticator app. Canva does have 2FA through a text message, but my team travels a lot and our phones have been lost or stolen often. But we all have 1Password on our computers to generate security codes, which would have saved time, so adding an authenticator option for 2FA would be incredibly useful.
Alternatives Considered: Adobe Illustrator
Reasons for Choosing Canva: Canva’s subscription-based, cloud design solution made hiring new remote designers easy for my business. The other tools we browsed were powerful, but required licenses, training, and more cost. In the end, we chose the cloud because we’d never have to update software, pay for large updates, train employees, worry about incompatible hardware, and finding a separate cloud to host our work.

Ian M.

“Leads pack in free graphic design software”
Overall: There is nothing else like Canva out there–something free that has as many features. As an employee at a nonprofit and a freelancer, paid products are just not always an option or not a priority. Overall, the UI is great, there are so many free fonts/pictures/designs/etc, and it is a powerhouse for graphic design–especially if you need something easy and quick to use. The paid options are worth it if you do feel like investing a bit, you will get more functionality and design options for a very reasonable price. I recommend this product all the time to folks, even those with no design experience or know how. It’s just so easy to use and amazing that all of it is free and has no ads.
Pros: There are SO many great features in Canva that I don’t know where to start. It is really easy to use, even if you have no graphic design experience or knowledge, and the number of features that are available rival a lot of more expensive paid products. Very user friendly and easy to figure out even as a first time user–a lot of it is just drag and drop or drag around with your mouse. Tons of templates so not only do you know your FB header or IG post is the right size–there’s also free designs you can build off of. You can share items with the rest of your team and copy designs. There’s truly a lot to like about Canva.
Cons: I have very little in the way of things to dislike. There are quite a few elements (pictures, fonts, gifs, etc) and features (resizing your design without having to recreate it) that are only available as a paid subscriber and Canva doesn’t allow you to filter them out, though I can’t say I blame them. Sometimes formatting can get wacky when downloading items. It can’t do everything that Photoshop or InDesign can do–it’s not a replacement for that. There are some other very minor quirks (like if you paste in text, it will remove the paragraph breaks or bullet points) but there’s not much to dislike.
Reasons for Choosing Canva: There really is no alternative to Canva. It is in a class of its own in terms of a free product with this many features, and this degree of user-friendliness.

Katalyn K.

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15 reviews for CANVA PRO LIFETIME SINGLE

  1. 5 out of 5

    Francisco C.

    Francisco C.
    Director de marketing digital
    Information Technology and Services, 11-50 employees
    Used the software for: 6-12 months

    “Save money on photoshop or high end software if you need to design for social networks”
    Overall: Its been great, I tried the paying plan but didnt actually got to use it at full. Im sticking with the free plan since I use it only for quick youtube thumbnails or facebook posts that dont require more than JPG format and a couple of PDF files. If you plan to use it like that you can try the 30 days pro plan and see if it fits your needs. For me the free is way more than expected
    Pros: The ease of use in Canva is as simple as a drag and drop. You can choose from a lot of objects like images, text, shapes and now even video and gifs to create an engaging post for social media. Since you have all the sizes available from start you choose your end use, pick the size and from there you just let your imagination do the rest.
    Cons: For the free plan you get a LOT of benefits, but the problem is if you need to purchase or get a few extra things like premium images or shapes or export in specific ways like transparent PNG. The payment plan is kinda cheap and you unlock good things but the problem is the micro transactions of stock imagery which you have to purchase item by item and those arent cheap. I recommend to get the free plan and an external stock if you need the basic process. If you want to replace photoshop all together you have to go pro (of course you wont be able to do the same) but at least you get more export methods and lots of stock included.
    Alternatives Considered: RelayThat
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: The problem with relaythat is that it has a lot of potential, but since it makes you do specific mockups you dont have a free to use software. For example you want a mockup for a diner, and it will give you space for 3 images only, but if one of those is rectangle and 2 squares you have to adapt the images you put in there. Its too strict on the use of images and stock and canva lets you do as you wish.
    Switched From: CorelDRAW
    Reasons for Switching to Canva: We had the license for corel but needed a better pc for design and took a lot of effort. Since our designs are simple for social networks and need to be made ASAP we recommend canva for the ease of use and you can store everything online.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sue B.

    Sue B.
    President
    Public Relations and Communications, Self-employed
    Used the software for: 2+ years

    “Anyone who spends any time running a business should know about Canva”
    Overall: My overall experience with Canva has been fantastic. I didn’t rate their support simply because I think in my years of using Canva I have literally had only positive experiences and I don’t think I have ever had to contact support. I plan on continuing to use the Canva Pro and I recommend it to anyone who needs some graphics or designs for their business.
    Pros: First, I totallly love Canva! I was an early adopte of Canva back when it was still in Beta and you needed an invite to get an account. So I have been using it for several years now. It is my go-to place to create graphics for social media profiles and posts, blog posts, posters, Facebook ads, website graphics, logos… you name it! Barely a day goes by that I don’t use Canva. What I like most about it is how easy it is to create professional looking graphics, without knowing how to use a complicated program like Photoshop. Depending on your background, the learning curve to use it is minimal. If you can drag and drop and click you can use Canva.
    Cons: There are very things I don’t like about Canva. You can do a lot with just the free version and that is what I used for a couple years. Eventually I upgraded to the pro version because it had features that allowed me to do things I needed to be able to do. For example, with the free version you can’t create png files with transparent backgrounds. So that limits what you can do, especially if you want to create logos. But this isn’t really something I dislike about the software, just a reason why I upgraded to the paid version. They have to make their money somehow, so I think it’s a fair trade to pay for the upgrade which has so many awesome features!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Yaroslav K.

    “Photoshop killer. Fullstop.”
    Overall: Canva is amazing. I love the approach with design. And I check what is new there almost daily. Also, when it comes for the quick design – Canva is just amazing.
    Pros: Canva is everything you (nondesigner like me could have dreamed of). Canva offers tools and features to create a stunning piece of art (poster, post, book cover etc.) in seconds without any knowledge of design. You just pick a template, fill in your details and that is all!!!
    Cons: Not enough templates for all. Canva Pro is great, but since it appeared, so many things have been created without any thought for the style, that all the templates have been used thousands of times over and over again. So it is quite hard to be unique with canva. Furthermore, the editing tools are not that flexible and might be a bit limited at times, and because of that, I can say canva solves everything. I personally still stick to PS for most of my work, but if there is a need for quick design work – canva is my choice.
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: Canva is not the best for all tasks.
    But for the creation of social posts – I would always pick Canva Pro Lifetime reasonable price, the reasonalbe price from Canvapro.design Shop!

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Katherine K

    Katherine K.
    AMAZING OFFER WITH CANVA PRO LIFETIME SUBSCRIPTION!
    “Would You Recommend? Too Late, Already Have.”
    Overall: I make graphics for our companies and occasionally clients, in a whole variety of capacities. I have used Canva to create newsletter graphics, social media posts for Twitter, Facebook, Pintrest, Tumblr, Instagram, and Reddit, brochures for products or services, infographics for conferences, and more.
    Pros: I have been using Canva since I began teaching myself to make graphics over two years ago. It has served me well in both simple projects (like graphics for social media) or full-on gif animations. They continually add new features and content and are always revamping the suggestions for “fresh” ideas. It’s also super easy to share your project to other people or places, and you have quite a few download options for your files. And it is SUPER easy to use, the user interface is very intuitive and if you have questions their docs are great!
    Cons: I have very few complaints, and the ones I have are pretty niche issues. Systematically I don’t see issues at all! But sometimes it can be hard to format a picture correctly due to their “snapping” feature that snaps whatever element you’re using to the nearest part of the picture the program “thinks” you want to use. For example, if you try and move a circle to a centimeter away from the middle of the graphic you’re creating, it will automatically center itself and won’t let you un-center it without an enormous amount of fuss. But this is minor and doesn’t really happen often for me!
    Alternatives Considered: GIMP
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: The user interface took me a fraction of the time to learn to use than the other options I was considering. And they have tons of options!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emilie Josephine M.

    “Canva is perfect if you are on a tight budget or schedule!”
    Overall: Canva is a perfect solution for anyone who owns their own business or is thinking of starting their own. In 15 minutes – you can have a social media post, an Infographic, or a presentation all done. It is very cost effective (I believe we paid $13/mo when we first started a paid subscription) and gives you access to thousands of icons, videos, photos, fonts, and templates. When I ran our social media in the beginning, Canva allowed me to create 50-75 social media posts in a couple of hours. My team can now do 500 in the same time period and it has thus increased our productivity tenfold.
    Pros: Canva is an absolute dream to work with. Not only is their product cheap (you can get started for free and this includes many free photos and elements), but it is extremely user friendly and has a vast library of templates. Starting with the free version and paying for “add-on” single images or videos (even if you do not have pro, you can pay for individual items you want) is the best way to get acquainted with Canva without the commitment. However, once you start using it regularly – I can almost guarantee you will fall in love with it.
    Cons: There is almost nothing I do not like about Canva, but if I was forced to choose something it would be that videos downloaded “all at once” does not end up as individual files in a zip folder like pictures do, but rather as one continuous video. I can appreciate why this is great for those who do not have a video editing software, but I wish there was an option to “opt out” of the download as one single file (the workaround is to download each “page” individually, but this takes time).
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: My husband (and business partner) has photoshop and was very eager to have me use it as well. However, I felt that for the price and level of experience needed to operate it, it would not give us the results we needed in the timeframe we needed it. So, when I discovered Canva and managed to use it from day 1 – the choice was simple.

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  6. 5 out of 5

    Katalyn K.

    “Leads pack in free graphic design software”
    Overall: There is nothing else like Canva out there–something free that has as many features. As an employee at a nonprofit and a freelancer, paid products are just not always an option or not a priority. Overall, the UI is great, there are so many free fonts/pictures/designs/etc, and it is a powerhouse for graphic design–especially if you need something easy and quick to use. The paid options are worth it if you do feel like investing a bit, you will get more functionality and design options for a very reasonable price. I recommend this product all the time to folks, even those with no design experience or know how. It’s just so easy to use and amazing that all of it is free and has no ads.
    Pros: There are SO many great features in Canva that I don’t know where to start. It is really easy to use, even if you have no graphic design experience or knowledge, and the number of features that are available rival a lot of more expensive paid products. Very user friendly and easy to figure out even as a first time user–a lot of it is just drag and drop or drag around with your mouse. Tons of templates so not only do you know your FB header or IG post is the right size–there’s also free designs you can build off of. You can share items with the rest of your team and copy designs. There’s truly a lot to like about Canva.
    Cons: I have very little in the way of things to dislike. There are quite a few elements (pictures, fonts, gifs, etc) and features (resizing your design without having to recreate it) that are only available as a paid subscriber and Canva doesn’t allow you to filter them out, though I can’t say I blame them. Sometimes formatting can get wacky when downloading items. It can’t do everything that Photoshop or InDesign can do–it’s not a replacement for that. There are some other very minor quirks (like if you paste in text, it will remove the paragraph breaks or bullet points) but there’s not much to dislike.
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: There really is no alternative to Canva. It is in a class of its own in terms of a free product with this many features, and this degree of user-friendliness.

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Angela M

    Angela M
    Owner
    Retail, Self-employed
    Used the software for: 6-12 months

    “Canva PRO is a flexible tool for independent consultants”
    Overall: Canva is a great resource for making visuals like advertisements and invitations. It is use to use and flexible. Using the templates and included images will make some nice products, but with its popularity growing, be prepared to add some of your own images and designs to personalize your projects. Or you can work completely from scratch. It beats Word or PPT because it presets the dimensions for the output which makes it so much easier post production.
    Pros: Canva is easy to use, with a drag and drop feature design template, sample templates. Canva has many size templates for most if not all the social media platforms and different uses, such as Facebook posts and banners. You can easily upload your own graphics and images, crop and size within Canva, and download completed projects. The browser version can be accessed from anywhere so I can work from any computer. There is also a mobile app that works well.
    Cons: The free version shows all of the paid content so you have to scroll through all the premium fonts and images to find the one you want. It would be nice if you could hide the paid content. In the mobile app, upload images only pulls from my gallery. I have to download images form dropbox or OneDrive to my gallery in order to load them into Canva. There should be a way to import form anywhere on your mobile device. Cropping on the mobile app takes some getting used to. you pinch the image to fit the box, not reduce the box like on the browser version.
    Switched From: PowerPoint
    Reasons for Switching to Canva Pro Lifetime: easier post production, templates, browser based

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  8. 5 out of 5

    Dysiree R.

    Dysiree R.
    Executive manager
    Real Estate, 11-50 employees
    Used Canva Pro for: 2+ years

    “CANVA PRO the Holy Grail”
    Overall: I really had a great experience using this software and I think I will continue to use it until somethingbetter than canva comes up. But for now, Canva for me is more than enough.
    Pros: I have been using this software for our email campaigns, my personal resume, flyers, training materials, business cards and even logo… I would say that CANVA for me is just the cream of the crop among other softwares that provide same service. — The software is very easy to use, and when I say easy I meant very easy. It is perfect for beginners or even for people who are not that artistic but would like to have their campaign materials, resumes , business cards or other document to be professional looking. — The free trial of the software is enough, but for higher quality and more premium tools, the price is reasonable considering your end product. — They have everything readily available for you , from templates to sizes of docs. and everything else, and if you wanted to make it more personalized you can do it to some extent is still free of charge. — The output can be downloaded in different formats and in different quality depending on your taste. — It saves everything from where you left off. — You can access it on your phone, tablet and computer which is very convenient. It is just so perfect for me.
    Cons: — First, the customer service is good however, they can only be contacted through twitter and facebook and I think it is more convenient to have a customer service support through phone. — There is no option to add video clips. It would really be a plus to have this option. — Limited free options, specially with the image quality. — If you are working with a team member, there is no way for you to collaborate on same account. Unless you email each other or talk in person. It would be great to be able to leave a note, or a simple chat box for communication purpose between team members.
    Alternatives Considered: Fotor and PicMonkey
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: Because It very User Friendly.

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  9. 5 out of 5

    Ian M.

    “User Since They Were Young”
    Overall: When I was a fledgling independent designer, I needed a design solution that gave me much of the power of Adobe Illustrator, but without the cost. I also wanted something that didn’t require me to install software on my machine – aka cloud-based. After seeing a post from Guy Kawasaki, who was evangelizing for the company, I decided to try Canva out. Over the years, the company has added loads of useful features that helped me decide to start all my designers off with Canva rather than app software. Also, having teams and a brand kit available are a boon for creating designs for our own in-house work.
    Pros: I started my marketing business with the idea that I’d grow it with remote staff. I realized that meant I’d need to find a design solution that gave me the power of Illustrator without the cost and the necessity if installing software. Enter Canva, the cloud-based designer’s Swiss army knife. With Canva, I can be in Buenos Aires, add a member to my team in Los Angeles, and get them straight to work…regardless of whether they’re subscribed to Adobe’s suite. Furthermore, the Canva interface has gotten much more robust over the years: smart guides, excellent export options, direct access to stock images – so the need for us to turn to Adobe is less and less.
    Cons: Generally, the Canva team has really built an excellent product, so there’s not much I can complain about. However, there is one small, nuanced thing I’d really like. With security and privacy becoming so important now, I would love to have two-factor authentication through an authenticator app. Canva does have 2FA through a text message, but my team travels a lot and our phones have been lost or stolen often. But we all have 1Password on our computers to generate security codes, which would have saved time, so adding an authenticator option for 2FA would be incredibly useful.
    Alternatives Considered: Adobe Illustrator
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: Canva’s subscription-based, cloud design solution made hiring new remote designers easy for my business. The other tools we browsed were powerful, but required licenses, training, and more cost. In the end, we chose the cloud because we’d never have to update software, pay for large updates, train employees, worry about incompatible hardware, and finding a separate cloud to host our work.

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  10. 5 out of 5

    Andrew H.

    “Canva: Quick and easy to use”
    Overall:
    I find this an invaluable tool for running our organisation. It vastly simplifies graphics creation and speeds up the process. But I consider it an addition to something like Photoshop or Pixelmator Pro, rather than a replacement.
    Pros: This is a really great tool for creating simple and repeatable designs. We have used it to create social media posts, flyers, and even our annual report. There are many things I like about Canva: * There is a good library of free-to-use graphics and clip-art. The pro-version (reasonably priced) now includes the right to use every stock-footage photo and asset on the site. * It is so intuitive and easy to use. I have used Photoshop and Pixelmator on the Mac and although they are very powerful they have a difficult learning curve – Canva does not have all those features, but you can get many (most?) tasks done quickly and with no training. * It is very template driven, so you can work from existing templates that they provide, or create your own template to use. We designed a template for our social media posts and can now adapt and reuse it very simply. * You can upload your logo and the corporate colours you use with your brand and they are stored in the site and easily accessible every time you create something * All of your work is stored and conducted online. There is no software to install! You can always find your work. You never lose your work. * You can export your work in a variety of formats – including with a bleed and crop marks for commercial printing. I’ve had items printed professionally and they have looked spectacular.
    Cons: * The system is not good at giving you pixel perfect control. There are no rulers that I have discovered in the system – this is frustrating if you need some elements of the design to be in exactly the right place. This has not stopped us creating printed matter, but it is sometimes frustrating. * There are occasionally tasks that I cannot do in Canva and need to resort to other applications to do, for example removing the background from an image through a custom crop.
    Alternatives Considered: SNAPPA
    Reasons for Choosing Canva: I just found it easier to use…

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Heather H. (store manager)

    “Great product for social media marketing!”
    Great experience! I love the various layouts available for business to play around with in order to create the best layout! Five stars, hands down!

  12. Dominique S. (store manager)

    “Canva Pro is Great, Basic is Horrible”
    Overall: My overall experience with Canva is that it is excellent for anyone looking to create art–especially those who don’t have artistic abilities. It is wonderful for marketing, advertising, and basic image editing. You can make things such as Christmas cards or any type of card for that matter. I have made wonderful social media content on Canva. In fact, social media content is one of my main reasons for using it. I have made beautiful graphics to design T-shirts to sell online. I mean, really, as long as you can think of something creative, you can do it.
    Pros: I like Canva because I am not technical enough for Photoshop. I paid for a Photoshop subscription for an entire year and never figured it out. Canva on the other hand is affordable for the pro subscription and it’s relatively easy to navigate for someone who’s not a true artist or graphic designer. The templates are truly a huge help for me. I rely on them to edit them and make my own art based on the pre-offered templates, images, and fonts. I love making gorgeous Christmas cards on Canva. They have come out beautiful every year.
    Cons: Without paying for Pro, you’re really limited to what you can do. I’ve had a few issues when using basic when trying to save photos and them not being the correct size. In basic, you can’t resize anything, which is ridiculous. To me, image resizing is one of the most basic things you can do with a photo. Also, anything you could possibly want is needed with a Pro account. One thing this software failed me for was resume templates. Although the template looked beautiful on Canva itself, it was not realistic when using it for an actual usable resume.

  13. Rajesh C. (store manager)

    My overall experience with Canva is too good. It is an one stop solution for me. Whether I need to make content for social media platforms or my blogs, I always use Canva. Because of its simplicity, I would never think about any alternative options of Canva.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stephen P. (store manager)

    “Canva is Great for Social Media”
    It’s not bad for someone with no design experience as long as they are willing to pay more for printing. For the higher cost of printing you could pay a professional such as myself to design for you and print at a lower cost and higher quality. The application is bad for the overall marketing industry because it has lowered the quality standard and impact of advertisements being created by business owners who think they understand marketing, design and printing. I recently said to one of my clients who owns a high end auto detailing business and tried to create some marketing materials on his own, “I don’t now how to properly wax and detail my vehicle. I would probably ruin the paint job somehow if I were to do it myself. That’s why I hire a professional. I wouldn’t expect you to be able to handle a design, print and marketing job either because that’s not what you do.” In short, stick to what you know and leave the rest to professionals. It will cost you less in the long run.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ali K. (store manager)

    “A professional online tool for editing photos and generating visual content”
    One of the best platforms for managing and editing images under the cloud is that you can easily generate visual content for the websites or social media along the way. Very simple and smartly designed. Provides you with everything you need to edit photos and make changes and add text or create visual content on a web platform. The subscription price is also very small and reasonable.


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