Boost Your Brand with Canva
Follow along and learn to use the Canva app for easier, faster, marketing solutions that you can do yourself. Using Canva and consistent branding will boost your business’ brand in all your DIY marketing with professional social media posts and printed marketing materials.
This tutorial will take you step by step to learn:
- Why branding is important to your business
- The significance of brand consistency
- Introduction to Canva and why you should use it
- Setting up your brand kit on Canva
- Using Canva templates
- Canva for Social Media
- Layout tips
Take the Guesswork Out of Printing your Artwork
Do you have completed artwork, but you’re not sure what to do with it now? You want to start selling, but you’ve never done this before. Or maybe you are a local artist who has had their prints done before, and are looking to work with a local print shop to reproduce your artwork. Let us take the guesswork out as to how to get your artwork printed beautifully.
Our process guarantees that your artwork will be reproduced to the highest quality and on the best materials possible. We specialize in Giclée printing, which means we create prints that match as close as possible to the original.
Making a Local Impact – Feed the Kids Fundraiser
Many children use their school district’s breakfast and lunch programs. In fact, the Grande Prairie Catholic School District’s Education Foundation provides over 8,500 emergency breakfasts, 1,000 lunches, 500 hot lunches and 500 smoothies monthly to its students. These nutritious breaks help kids concentrate better in class and can help them advance socially.
What you can do to make a difference…
4 Tips for a Head Start on your 2021 Website
You’ve realized that 2021 is the year that your business should go online. You want it done quickly and correctly, so you’ve hired a web designer to do it for you.
But there are a few things that your designer can’t decide for you, unless you give them the authority to do so. Oftentimes, production of a website is held up because the content has not been prepared.
If you want a head start, here are 4 things that your designer will ask you for, when they start your website (even if you’re the designer yourself):