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Get The Best Graphic Design Tools For Your Business

If you need to develop a logo, create flyers or design a business card, then you need to do some graphic design. It can seem intimidating at first, but there are the best graphic design tools to help you do it. 

1. ​Rhonna Designs

£1.99 on iTunes

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This phone app allows you to add text to photos for social media and blogging.

Rhonna has a variety of backgrounds and fonts you can use but you can also upload your photos or buy more fonts. If you like sharing motivational quotes, this app is useful.

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2. Photofiltre

Free

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It’s a free image editor like Photoshop. You can use it to crop photos, change the resolution, adjust brightness and contrast.

3. Canva

Free​

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Free graphic design site with large library of templates and images. It is very easy to use too so you don’t have to spend a lot of time learning how it works.

You can buy more templates and images for more sophisticated designs for a small fee.

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4. Piktochart

Free with subscription options

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You can create powerful infographics, printable visuals, and presentations by providing slick templates.

Depending on how often you use it, it might be worth signing up for a subscription.

5. Pixlr

Free in iTunes

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Another great photo editing app that includes overlays, filters and effects. You can share to your social media accounts.

This makes it perfect for people who work from their phone, rather than a desk with computer.

If you have another favourite tool for graphic design or suggestion that we can all benefit from, please leave a comment below.

This article is a guest post by our OffPeaks instructor PTMollie. Mollie's a briliant spinning instructor based in East London.  You can find you more about her here.

About the Author Hugo Elliott

Hugo's an endurance and adventure sports nut who's completed the Swiss KIM, London Marathon and Ironman Switzerland. When he's not in the 'office' he can be found out cycling or ski touring. He co-founded OffPeaks.

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