5 Best Free Graphic Design Tools For Bloggers

5 Best Free Graphic Design Tools For Bloggers

When you run a blog, graphic design plays an extremely important part to your blogs success.

You may be a wonderful writer, but people may get discouraged reading your blog if you don’t know how to brand it properly and create attracting images and graphics.

That’s where these 5 graphic design tools come in, and will be extremely valuable to you.

I use the following tools almost everyday and couldn’t live without them.



Use It Now: Canva

Canva is an amazing graphic design tool I use for every single one of my graphic design jobs for my websites.

I use it to create my infographics, visual quotes, Pinterest pins and more.

Canva has been key to my success as a blogger and has played a big part in marketing plans that have grown blogs from 0 to 100,000 monthly visitors in less than 6 months.

Canva is also the easiest tool I’ve used so far, and I’ve tried quite a few of them.


Get Photos Now: Pexels

I use Pexels for absolutely everything.

They usually have a picture for every single blog post I write, and if not I’ll check out Pixabay.

In general, Pexels will do the trick.

It’s great having access to thousands and thousands of copyright free photos anyone can download and use.


Check Fonts Now: MyFonts

I don’t use my fonts that often, but I consider it an extremely valuable and necessary tool.

Whenever I create graphics and banners, I try and look for great fonts on the web.

If I have found a website that uses a font I like, I’ll take a small screenshot of the fonts and import it in MyFonts.

MyFonts will analyze the few letters I’ve taken a screenshot of and will show me exactly what the proper name of the font is, so I can use it for my own graphics.


Find Your Color Code Now: HTML-Color-Codes

I use this tool almost every single day and consider it to be extremely valuable.

Every time I see a color, website or any other graphic that contains a color I truly love, I’ll take a screenshot of it and import it in HTML-Color-Codes.

They will analyze the screenshot and show me exactly what the color code is so that I can use it for my own purposes.


These are the majority of tools I use on a daily basis and I consider to be extremely valuable and necessary.

On top of that, they’re all free, which is just awesome.

If you’re serious about growing your blog to hundreds of thousands and maybe even millions of visitors, you’ll have to get serious about marketing and branding your blog, which these tools will definitely help you with.

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