It's DigiLit Sunday. Stop by Reflections on the Teche to link and find other posts about digital literacy. Thanks, Margaret, for hosting. #K6diglit
Canva allows you to pick the size of your design, add your own images or use images already available in the application. It's easy to add text and changing the color or font is a snap. There are many choices for your layout and changing backgrounds is effortless. The search makes finding things on Canva easy to do.
Canva is a social networking design tool. It's easy to see the designs of friends and other users. It works with social media allowing you to share with Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter. I have not found the share feature to be quite as smooth as the application itself, but I'm just learning Canva so it's likely user error.
Julie tells me Canva has a Design School and suggests checking it out. Our internet is limited so I'll have to save that for a day at the coffee shop, but I look forward to going to design school to learn more that I can do.
So far, I've created this quote pic:
and a new Facebook cover page:
Thanks, Julie! I can't wait to spend some more time with Canva. #playtolearn