Created and released by depositphotos.com, Crello boasts 6,000+ free templates, 10,500+ free images, 10,000+ free design elements and an in-design search of over 60,000,000 images that is lightening fast.
Those that experience frustration with the lack of intuitiveness in Canva menu's, will find the Crello menu's more familiar. Although the interface looks similar to Canva, there are significant differences in menus and ease of us. This focus on ease of use also simplifies backgrounds and layers. You can select any element and lock it in place, while still being able to move all unlocked elements around.
Select a colour and Crello will give you a range of colour options for contrast. There are visual effects and filters and you can upload your own images and your own fonts. Yes, you can upload your own fonts. That solves a lot of branding issues when creating social media images.
Aside from all the free stuff, there are very budget friendly design elements and photos you can purchase. Better still, once you purchase them, they remain available for use in your account so you never need to buy the same element or photo twice!
In addition to all of that, many of the Crello templates have interesting, complex and layered designs that will make it possible for even the graphically-challenged can create stunning images.
The drawback vs. Canva? I am really going to miss magic resize while I explore all these new templates.
There is no paid version so you get all functionality features for free and even sign up is optional. You can simply go to crello.com, hit the Create a Design button, and you are off and running.
Read the press release for more info, or head on over and create now!