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Be a Canva Pro: Create Your Brand Kit

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J. Ranson Canva design

As an experienced web designer, I leaped at the chance to redesign my author website a year ago. Creating your site design requires commitment: to colors and fonts and graphics.

Special Note: The Brand Kit in Canva is a “Pro” feature, meaning you pay for it. There are countless pro features to help you get your message(s) out, and they’re described here and here.

Wow! Did you notice that? It was your day flying by. This publication is your place to enjoy stories of 150 words or fewer about plants and people, wild animals and pets, gardens and food, how-to and how-not-to — written to inform and delight. Did I mention humor?

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Julie Ranson

Julie Ranson

Word Lover. Writer. Self-improver. Believer. Wife. Mother of three adults. Find me everywhere:

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