In a hurry to create a flyer for your college elections? Or want to create a poster for the upcoming fest of your college? Unfortunately, you don’t know anything about Photoshop or Illustrator, or any image editing software in the market. So what to do? Wait, we bring to you DesignCap, a website specially designed for people like you!
DesignCap is a website that allows you to design your required posters and flyers. It holds professionally designed templates, along with powerful tools for cropping, Undo/Redo, and much more. You will have some basic options onboard, that can help you make posters on the go. Then what about our desired images? Well, you can add them as well.
There are many pre-defined poster backgrounds for you to use. You can add your own custom images as well.
You can even add text according to your need as well. Pretty Handy right?
Well, let me tell you how to use DesignCap!
Head to DesignCap, click Make a free poster/flyer
Now in the next window, select your template.
You can even edit the text given in the default template. Just click to edit!
You can even select default photos or add new one.
In fact, add predefined image effects as well!
You can also add text.
See how good these sample texts looks good!
You can in fact add your ClipArts! Just add the Facebook icon and add your fb username to get noticed right-away! Also, you can add some funny stickers and emojis onboard. The ClipArts here ranges from Shapes, Icons, Funny, Love, Nature etc.
Last but not the least, you can even add background to your posters/flyers as well. You can add gradient types and solid color backgrounds. However, for some reason either i cannot understand how it works or its not working for now.
Well, its completely free to use tool. Just design your poster and download/print it in JPG or PNG format, in size Small, Medium, Large and XLarge size.
Conclusion: The tool is free, and i available online for people who have no knowledge of softwares like Phtoshop or any image editing tools for designing their own posters.
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