Many small business owners and solo-preneurs like to know how to create an avatar, an image, or design when they are in a crunch for time.
For those last minute or smaller projects when you need something fast and you don't have time to hire a graphic designer or graphic artist; you may create your own!
In this video I'll demonstrate step by step how to create a round avatar.
If you'd like to try it, follow along with me and pause the video as often as necessary. We'll create one together.
You will want to begin by using an image with a solid background.
The circular or oval avatar works well for head-shots or featured image.
First go to the free photo editor, Pixlr.
Open another browser to Canva.
Follow along with the video and try to create an avatar.
With a little practice you will be able to create an avatar super fast!
You can probably complete one faster than the time it would take to locate a professional graphic artist; not to mention the time it will take to explain it, send an image, and then pay them.
Using this free image editing software will help you complete any project.
It's easy to assemble a professional looking graphic or photo in just minutes.
I hope this little tip helps. Let me know if you tried it.
Ciao for now!
P.S. The next post and video is an extension of this one:
Leslie is the founder of MI, a digital marketing agency for brilliant business owners and entrepreneurs. When she’s not running ads, designing landing pages, websites, or email campaigns; she's probably scuba diving off some remote island in the Caribbean! Leslie's super friendly & easy to talk to. She enjoys sharing things that will help your online business. Reach out from your favorite social site and say hello; she'll be expecting you! :)
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