Design apps don’t have to be strictly used for business related content, we want to show you how you can create a simple invitation for your next celebration.
We all know that to stand out from a vast amount of content being produced and shared on social media every day we need to have relevant and engaging visual content.
Our design process is all about ‘minimalism’, by using the art of simplicity, you are designing smarter, quicker, achieving more with less. We stuck to our motto when we started designing the new Fall collection for our users. This week we show you how to create a clean cut blog header, using nothing but Content Creator and our brand new Fall templates.
Walk down memory lane with us, as we remember the year that was! Happy Birthday Content Creator App.
Creating visual content that will bring value to your audience is important for the growth of your social media profiles, but knowing when and how often to share such content is essential. To make sure you stay at the top of your game and give your audience not only what they want but also when they want it we checked latest researches and found out what are best practices that you can use as a starting point to find posting frequency and timing that best suit your business and your audience.
Running a small business is not a small task. There are several different activities and concerns that you need to take care of on a daily basis so thinking about design or quality branding is very often at the bottom of that list. However, it has been proven that good branding can increase the value of the company, provide employees with direction and make new business efforts so much easier.
To effectively communicate your message and make the best of those few seconds of attention that your fans will give to your visual content there is one trick that you can use: minimalism.
The popularity of image-sharing sites like Instagram has made photo filters, those visual enhancers that make pictures look richer, grainier or aged, part of the everyday digital language that affects the way people engage with photos.