How to Use Images with Your Blog Posts

How to Use Images with Your Blog Posts

How to Use Images with Your Blog In order to bring your blog posts to life, it’s really important to use images. Images add interest, colour, and even more understanding to the reader of the information you’re trying to convey. There is a lot to know though about how...
How to create social media posts quickly and easily

How to create social media posts quickly and easily

How to create social media posts quickly and easily We’re all short of time so here is how to create social media posts quickly and easily. Sammy recorded the video below to show you how easy it is to combine an okay photo you took on your phone with Be Your Own...
How to open a free Canva account

How to open a free Canva account

How to open a free Canva account This bite-sized training chunk is to help you learn how to get started with Canva by opening a free Canva account. You’ll then be ready to design your first social media post. Sammy has recorded the video below on how to do this...
D is for Using Difference on Social Media

D is for Using Difference on Social Media

D is for Using Difference on Social Media Welcome to the last in the ‘Use Your Loaf’ blog series. We have discussed Branding, Relationship, Echo and Alignment and we will round off the B.R.E.A.D. acronym with D for Difference. Difference can be a real NO!...
A is for Using Alignment on Social Media

A is for Using Alignment on Social Media

A is for Using Alignment on Social Media This is the sixth blog in my graphic design series “Use Your Loaf”. Alignment for social media graphics is essentially no different from an alignment in print, except that the area is smaller. Nothing should ever be...
E is for Using Echo on Social Media

E is for Using Echo on Social Media

E is for Using Echo on Social Media Echo is one of the basic principles of branding that professional graphic designers use without thinking, but amateur designers seem to go out of their way to avoid. Let me explain… Conventional thinking leads us to believe that you...

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