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UPDATE: My apologies as I have moved this post to my other Blog site. Please visit https://sixtyplustips.blogspot.com/2018/04/create-infographic-with-canva-free.html

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  1. I recently tried to produce infographic for Pinterest. Most tools online required paid subscription. but Canva's free. I've been using for Canva for quite sometime but never realised it has the capability. I would say it does provide some impressive template to work on, at no charges.

    The only problem is it could be quite hard to get a matching template to what you are trying to design. But I guess I can't complain much as I'm paying nothing for it.

  2. Hi, Kenny. If you have an idea of your required design and there is no matching template, you can try the followings:1. For different template size other than what is already provided, click on 'Use Custom Design' at top right hand corner of the page2. For different layout, scroll right to the bottom of the template page for any of the design types. Then choose the blank layout template that matches your needs. 3. if you like certain fonts and not sure of the size and font name, open that particular template (in a separate window. then click on the text. It will show you on the dashboard, the font name and font size.4. If you like a certain icon or illustration, click on that particular icon, then right click on it and save it to your computer. Then upload to Canva and paste it to your templateHope this helps!

  3. Hey Mazlan,
    I've been looking for infographs all my life but never knew that I can create one myself. I know that it sounds silly to ask but is it really hard to create one?

    Like the pictures they are all within Canva I'm guessing, but the facts are all from ourselves right? It sounds overwhelming but if we look at it from a different point of view, creating an infograph is much easier than writing a blog post.

  4. Hi, Riaz. It is actually easy to create Infographic esp. with Canva as the template is designed as a drag and drop method. Just choose your desired template. Then change the text according to the info you want to convey. Don't like the icon or font? No worries. You can change that as well. I suggest you go through the tutorial and experiment. You will easily get the feel of it.Wish you success and hope to see your work soon.

  5. Being able to add info-graphics to content gives the content an entirely new look of visual appeal and professionalism. I would like to be able to use info-graphics for my site. i am going to have to get a bit more creative for how I can write about data that is info graphic worthy. Great information here, thank you for sharing this.

  6. Hi, Wil. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I hope you give it a try and looking forward to see it.

  7. Very impressive.

    Your article outlined very well the flexibility of info-graphic.

    With a Health-Wellness site concentrating on the importance of Organics you have put the lights on in a dark room. This could be awesome.

    With your experience do you have a suggestion? I have worked with Canva. Maybe a Diet graphic.

  8. Hi, Robert. Canva has many free Infograpgic templates and most can be edited and applied for a Diet Graphic. The 'Leading a Healthy LifeStyle' or the '6 Important Diet Process' templates will make a good Diet Infographic. There is more free Canva template to choose from and it depends on what you want to. Check it out and you will be amazed!Robert, thanks for dropping by and thanks for the compliment.Have a great weekend. Cheers.

  9. Hi Mazlan, thank you a bunch for sharing this. I will definitely try out Canvas for my blog. Also, I find your blog is very informative and also love your writing style. Keep up the good work!

  10. Thanks, Michelle. Canva is easy and very user-friendly so, I am sure you will have fun trying it.


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