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In this age of technology, content is key and content is everywhere. New tools in the workplace have emerged, such as Canva, to help businesses develop content for their website and social media platforms. 

Canva enables businesses to create meaningful content quickly and easily, even if you lack simple content creation and design skills. Using Canva allows you to develop a large variety of engaging content that attracts future customers and targeted prospects. From pre-sized social media images to marketing materials, sales infographics, presentations, invitations, and advertisements, you will be able to create anything of your choice on Canva. 

In a world where customer experience is critical to businesses, engaging with the customer helps develop your content portfolio. Creating simple images in a matter of minutes allows you to personalize content for a specific person, making them feel important. 

To create an extremely simple infographic in Canva, follow the steps down below!

How to Create an Infographic in Canva

Step #1: Open Canva and Create an Account 

Step #2: Click on Infographic 

Step #3: Pick a Template on the Left Sidebar

Step #4: Change the elements or text, upload a video or photo, or update the background of the infographic. All tools are available on the black sidebar on the left hand side of the screen. 

Creativity everywhere! Canva not only allows you to select from a library full of thousands of designs but let you build your own project from scratch. While we only showed how to create an infographic, you can follow the same steps to create posters, presentations, logos, and much more. Whether you work for a small company or a large enterprise, Canva’s tools allow you to grow your business through design, social media marketing, and branding. 

If you enjoyed our video tutorial on how to create an infographic in Canva, check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like how to stop seeing horror movie ads on Youtube and how to turn on dark mode on a Mac.

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