Canva Review: Giving You an Army of Designers

GirlDad Canva Review

Canva is what I would imagine if a designer met software, got married and had a kid. There is almost nothing that GirlDad hasn’t mastered. Except the funky chicken, cooking, being a father, bathing everyday, but design software is especially difficult. This Canva review will tell you what you actually need to know.

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An army of designers just for you

Mixed experience with traditional graphic designers

I’ve hired a few in the past both in my corporate roles as well as for my side hustles. Still, there are so many options out there that it can be tough to find the right one for your project. A common misconception about graphic design is that it’s an easy field to break into. In reality, most people are self-taught in the field and have a portfolio of bad work before they get their big break. I feel like usually my stuff ends up being the bad work.

Design software was the barrier to entry

Design software, such as Photoshop and Illustrator, allows you to create any image you can dream up, regardless of whether you have any artistic talent or not. Well, I have about as much artistic talent as a doornail.

If you’re a business owner, you likely have to worry about multiple aspects of your business — accounting, marketing, human resources, and so on. One area that many business owners may not think about is design. Design is one of those areas that’s important but everyone is scared of doing themselves.

Canva feels different. My review finding.

Canva is amazing and versatile. It’s like having an army of graphic designers at your disposal, ready to create stunning marketing materials at a moment’s notice. It has come a long way. It’s not just for design anymore. They’ve even added video editing. I mean this is a one stop shop for all your creative needs.

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