Design Professional Social Media Graphics
No training? No Problem!
Wish you could create eye-catching posts, impactful ads, banners, or covers for your social media platforms, but lack graphic design experience?
In this Live Online Workshop you will be shown how to create professional images using Canva.com, a free and easy to use graphic design tool.
Canva’s platform, built for the novice, has more than 50,000 ready to use templates that can help you design almost anything from brochures, business cards, posters, presentations, and more.
In this tutorial, the focus will be on showing you how to use Canva to create designs for social media, such as:
- Facebook covers, posts, and ads
- LinkedIn posts and banners
- Instagram posts and stories
The Workshop will also cover:
- Getting started with a free CANVA account
- Choosing from over 50,000 ready to use templates for al your marketing material
- Uploading your own photos, logos, and images
- Choosing from CANVA’s gallery of photos
- Adding text to your designs
You will leave amazed at the professional quality marketing materials that you can create.
About our Instructor
Stephanie Sokenis As an Accredited Small Business Consultant and Certified Entrepreneur Center Manager, Stephanie has a passion for providing entrepreneurs and small business owners the tools they need to properly start, grow, and ultimately succeed.
Currently she serves as the Manager for the Gwinnett County Entrepreneur Center.
Stephanie’s professional background includes owning and operating her own small business services company which focused on assisting entrepreneurs with navigating and managing all aspects of developing, starting and growing their business. In addition, she has spent more than 15 years working with Chambers of Commerce in both New York and Georgia where she has developed and driven regional initiatives for small business resources. Through these efforts and her time as a Certified SCORE mentor, she has conducted hundreds of one-on-one consultations with aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners.