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 Tools to Create Graphics for Your Blog & Social Media

Visual content is indispensable for every start-up founder. However, startup founders do not have the budgets to hire designers to create splendid visuals.  To solve the visual puzzle, ONE Co.Work lists 6 free tools to create graphics for your blog & social media. Read on..

  1. Canva

Super easy to use, CANVA is armed with pre-done template designs and tutorials that will sail you through the entire designing experience.  It’s equipped with a vast library of images, icons, fonts and features to play with. In addition, it features a dedicated infographic maker that you can use for free.  Canva will assist you in crafting brochures, logos, social media posts, presentations, emailers, posters etc.

Link: http://canva.com

  1. PicMonkey

PicMonkey is your companion for photo editing, collage making, graphic design. It ensures your images are a reflection of your creativity and style. Its three main functions are edit/touch up, design, and collage.  With this tool you can add filters, frames, text, and effects to images with our free online photo editing tool!

Link: https://www.picmonkey.com/

  1. Pixlr

The online photo editing tool, Pixlr is fast, simple and pregnant with sufficient features for photo editing. You can employ this tool to create new images, upload an image, or grab one directly from a URL location. Its main features are categorized in two departments, namely Pixlr Editor and Pixlr Express. Although, the Pixlr Express tool is, the Pixlr Editor has features that requires some knowledge of photo imaging software.

Link: http://pixlr.com

  1. Infogr.am

The data visualization tool, Infogram that assists in creating charts, infographics, maps and reports.  Its helps making data communication clear and engaging. Startup founders enjoy using this tool thanks to its simplicity, functionality and strong design aesthetic. They have used it to craft Infographics that have gone viral on social media.

Link:  http://infogr.am


  1. GIMP

This cross-platform image editor, GNU Image Manipulation Program is available for GNU/Linux, OS X, Windows and more operating systems. It is a freely distributed program for tasks such as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.  GIMP’s user interface is easy to use. The file format support ranges from the common likes of JPEG (JFIF), GIF, PNG, TIFF to special use formats such as the multi-resolution and multi-color-depth Windows icon files.

Links: http://gimp.com/

  1. Piktochart

Piktochart helps in crafting infographics with its easy to easy-to-use editor. It assists you with editing background colors and images to inserting texts and banners. Startup founders have created long-form infographics that draw more page views to your blog or website, and watch traffic skyrocket.

Link: https://piktochart.com/

“All the Best for your future endeavors”

From Team


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