SO many changes in my house these days! There are some major career shifts happening for my husband, Liam is a full blown kindergartner, and my e-design side of business is BUSY! Today I am sharing what I use to layout a package for my e-design clients
I dont have Photoshop ( GASP) and when I first started taking E-design clients, I wasn’t sure how I wanted to lay things out in a way that gave my clients a vision of what their space would look like. I also wanted to give them a super easy, no stress way to order what we decide on. I have used picmonkey forever, then A designer friend of mine, said she used Canva. You are able to save projects and edit whenever you need to! I tried it out a few months ago, and have been using it ever since. Now I am proclaiming to the world that I use Canva for e-design!!
When I first started Using Canva for E-design, I didnt know what the heck I was doing. It took forever, I got frustrated and it felt uncomfortable. I couldn’t really find anyplace that showed me an idea for layout ( listen, I love a good interior layout, and am good at it, not so much with computer stuff) Now that i have figured out some tricks and tips, its so much easier! and I am sharing them with YOU!
I will show you how to layout E-design packages and also fun quick tips to create your own buttons for your blog or website! ( click the button below)
The first thing to do, is of course, create an account. Start to just play around with some of the layouts available ( Blog layouts, pinterest, social media). We will go into how to use each size and what to use it for in e-design!
Are you just starting out with E-design clients? Are you unsure about how the heck to lay things out? I feel ya! Over the next few weeks, I am going to share enough tips, that you can proclaim to the world, ” I USE CANVA FOR E-DESIGN ” each Tuesday for the next 5 weeks, I am going to share E-design tips for the Designers/ Decorators and DIY’ers out there that want to try their hand at this. If I did it, you can do it!
This is a good time for me to tell you my opinion on Interior Designers/Decorators/ DIY’ers. I went to art college. I have a degree in Fine Arts and Interior Design. I know a lot of people who get upset over the title debate. Do I think there are aspects that can only be taught, yes. Do I think that someone who has a degree in design is better then someone who has immaculate taste and a divine gift of design. NO. So I am here to lift you up. I am here to tell you that if you love design, and you have a LOVE for design, and everyone but YOU believes you should do interior design. DO IT !!!
There is enough for everyone!!! DO you all hear what I am saying??? THERE IS ENOUGH FOR EVERYONE!! WAHHOOOOO!!!!!! there are clients who will only work with degreed/published designers, I love that. There are clients that dont care who they work with, as long as their vision or feelings, come to life. I love that too. So hop on and learn with me!!
Continue Designing your life,