Design everything like a pro without using any template in canva, build your brand with canva|| part 1

What you will learn

Design like a pro

Canva will help you to get more clients

Design everything without using a template

Canva to the next level


Welcome, students! In this course we’re going to learn how to create beautiful designs from scratch using Canva, without relying on templates.

The first step in creating a beautiful design is to choose the right color palette. A well-chosen color scheme can make your design look polished and professional. To choose the right colors, consider the mood and message you want to convey. Warm colors like red, yellow, and orange can create a sense of energy and excitement, while cool colors like blue and green can create a calming effect.

Next, you’ll want to choose the right fonts. The font you choose should be easy to read and match the tone of your design. Serif fonts, like Times New Roman, can convey a sense of tradition and formality, while sans-serif fonts, like Arial, are more modern and informal.

When it comes to arranging elements on your design, remember the rule of thirds. Divide your design into thirds both horizontally and vertically, and place your elements at the intersection points. This creates a sense of balance and visual interest.

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Don’t be afraid to experiment with different shapes and textures to add depth to your design. You can use shapes to create a sense of flow and movement, and textures to create a tactile feel.

Finally, pay attention to the details. Make sure your design is free of spelling and grammar errors, and that everything is aligned and consistent. These small details can make a big difference in how professional and polished your design looks.

Remember, creating a beautiful design from scratch takes practice and patience. Keep experimenting and trying new things, and soon you’ll be creating stunning designs with ease.




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Food flyer
Youtube thumbnail
Typography mug
Bike poster
Letterhead design
Planner desig(part 1)
Planner design (part 2)
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