Great visual content is essential for entrepreneurs who want to up their crowdfunding games. Campaigns with great design are more memorable and appealing, are better received on social media and get the necessarily shout out from influencers.
“Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.” Charles Eames
If the design isn’t your strongest side, you need to look for alternatives to make it better. Don’t let poor design be the reason why your campaign stumbles – explore these four awesome (some of them even free) tools.
Choosing the main font and a font that matches perfectly with it doesn’t have to be annoying. Going over and trying numerous font combinations can be frustrating if you don’t have the right tool for it. With Font Combinations, you can easily find the right font combination that suits perfectly with your design. Give it a try!
“How well we communicate is determined not by how well we say things, but how well we are understood.” Andrew Grove
Working with color pallets is important for the overall look of your crowdfunding page. Sometimes it is difficult to find the right lighter or darker version of your main color – so, to the rescue comes 0 to 255. This online tool is a great way to explore the range of colors that match your needs without wasting valuable time on it.
PlaceIt is a great tool that allows you to make digital mockups and demo videos fast and easy. You can up your crowdfunding came by using digital mockups, apparel and print mockups and design templates without to have to break the bank for it!
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” Steve Jobs
The personalization of your campaign is very important because you are building a community around your product and people really want to feel more connected to you as a founder before they give you their hard-earned cash. Crafting a hand-written digital signature is awesome and very easy to do if you use Signature Maker – the free online tool allows you to choose font, size and color. Don’t hesitate to sign it!