How To Make Easy Social Media Graphics Without Being a Designer

Whether you use Social Media for fun or promoting yourself, services, goods or your business, you want to increase your skills to create attention getting graphics for your posts. And what if you need fliers, rack cards, brochures, mailers, website or newsletter headers, or holiday themed content?  Without spending money on a graphic designer, these days there’s an App that is SO EASY to learn that you really can answer all those needs yourself with professional polish and style.

One of the people I partner with, the fantastic Nicte Cuevas of Nicte Creative Design just launched an short, simple online course through LinkedIn Learning called Learning Adobe Spark Post.  Nicte teaches how you can easily create and share content that authentically reflects your brand and speaks to your audience, from your desk or on the go with your phone or tablet!


You’ll love Nicte’s warm conversational style. She’ll show you how to use type to capture attention, affect emotion with color choices, create time-saving templates, make slide shows, and enhance your videos. The learning curve is short – you’ll be able to get busy in no time!

Make stellar visuals, whether you’re a teacher, performer, a graphic designer, small business owner, artisan, a parent, a non-profit group… The list of those who can benefit is endless — and having this app is like gold!

Want to get started? If you’re new to LinkedIn Learning, a few of the segments of the course can be viewed for FREE. I have no doubt you’ll want to see them all – so be sure to check out LinkedIn Learning’s FREE month trial. The course can also be found through  Let me know what you think of it in the comments!

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