2020 Internal Comms Tech Outlook: Graphic Design Solutions

While you’re taking care of all of your engagement initiatives, it can be hard to find time to dedicate to a perfect graphic design with a plethora of projects. Not to worry; we’ve got several tool suggestions to help make your campaigns stand out with no hassle.


Canva

You may have an excellent idea for graphic, but don’t have the time to play around with fonts, colors, and reshape images for every platform out there.

Canva is a program meant for beginners and pros alike. Canva provides dozens of templates from presentations to newsletters to give you the perfect design.

To get all the features Canva has to offer, consider purchasing a Pro account for $9.95 a month.

What their customers are saying:

If you have little graphic design experience, it’s an easy go-to for quick help. It’s fast and user-friendly to create custom pieces for visual communicators.

Carol Baker
Communications and Outreach Specialist – Second Presbyterian Church

Pixeden

Maybe you already have your message, colors, and images figured out, and you need a template to help tie everything together. Pixeden has hundreds of models for you to choose from based on the platform you want.

Pixeden offers different membership plans depending on what you need, though the paid plans give you access to more templates.


Piktochart

Presenting numbers in a way that is easy to read can be difficult with a lot of complex data.

Piktochart helps by providing infographic templates to put your data in the best light possible while making it easy for others to understand.

Piktochart is free to use if you need a quick infographic, or consider upgrading to their paid program for more templates.


Inkscape

If you know how to use Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape can be a seamless transition into your company.

Inkscape is a free to use graphics editor tool that lets you touch up existing pictures while giving you the option to create your own.

Inkscape offers a free download and has several tutorials if you’re interested in learning graphic design skills. Whether it be to add some shading or redesign your logo, Inkscape is a convenient tool for the task.


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