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Advanced template locking empowers team members to customize co-owned templates — without going off-brand, in turn helping ensure content remains consistent.
Studies estimate that by 2021, there will be more than 3 billion active social media users worldwide. Stand out from the crowd with Lucidpress’s free and easy-to-use design tool. Your followers will think you took a graphic design course—but we’ll never tell.
Store and download custom brand assets (like logos, colors and fonts) into our asset hub for fast access as you create your social media content.
Since Lucidpress' platform is web-based, there's nothing to download or install — so you'll always have the latest version.
Avoid the cumbersome process of adding your contact information to multiple social post variations. With a premium account, you can set up smart fields to input that information automatically.
Don’t have your own stock photography? Use Lucidpress’s image integrations with services like Bing, Unspalsh & Iconfinder to quickly search and select images for your post. (Pro tip: Remember to filter by creative license.)
How to make your own graphics on social media
Go with bright and bold
The social media world is crowded. You want to make sure your content stands out. One of the best ways to do this is with bright, bold colors. Think about some of the social media posts you’ve enjoyed recently. Chances are, they used a bold color scheme that grabbed your attention.
Select the right template
Lucidpress gives you a variety of templates you can choose from to begin creating your social media graphics. Make sure you select a template that best matches the type of social media post you want to create. For example, if you’re creating a new Instagram post, the Lucidpress Instagram post template will help you start off on the right foot with the right dimensions.
Use text in your graphics
Social media users love to share content built around fascinating information or interesting quotes. Including text within your social media graphics makes that information easier to notice. Make sure the text is easy to read on any device.
Make it personal
While it might be easy to use stock images as part of your social media graphics, sometimes the better approach is to use some of your own photos. This gives them a more personal touch and avoids the generic feeling so many graphics have. With your own images, you’ll be able to make a stronger connection with other social media users. If you do want to use stock photography, take care to personalize your post in other ways that show off your brand’s personality (like colors and fonts).