Canva for Beginners

Online course creators need to create compelling content in order to make their courses much more appealing to users. Gone is the time when you can just pass-off a text-only course as something that’s actually passable for an engaging lesson. Compelling images like infographics, well-designed covers, and digital images make courses look more professional.

Of course, there are tools out there like image editors and publishing apps that’ll let you make those. However, they can be somehow overwhelming for beginners. It’s true that most image editors are already quite usable for differing skill levels of course creators. The same also goes for most desktop publishing apps. But in all honesty, you would need to be a graphic designer or an artist to make some original and more complex content from those.

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