Okay, you have a great business idea and a killer logo. You’ve got some swag that looks great, but your fonts just doesn’t pop. Don’t worry! I’m going to show you how to use fonts in Canva so that your brand will look even more amazing than it already does.
When it comes to your brand, it’s the little things that matter. Fonts are one of those things. They can help you create a mood and even a specific feeling your audience.
So how do you know which font works best for your brand? Here are some tips:
You know how important your brand is, right? Because I know that you want to be a successful entrepreneur. And if you’ve read this far, then it means that you know how important branding is too. What do we mean by branding? Well first off, let me tell you what we don’t mean by branding: a logo. Your logo is an important part of your brand (see below), but it’s not the whole thing.
Your brand encompasses everything from who people think of when they hear your name to why people buy from you in the first place. Branding isn’t just about what looks good on a T-shirt or makes sense for social media – it’s also about establishing trustworthiness and goodwill with customers over time so that when they need something again later on down the road (maybe even years later) they think of YOU FIRST before anyone else because YOU ARE THEIR FAVOURITE COMPANY TO DO BUSINESS WITH EVER!
If you’re an entrepreneur, you know how important it is for your brand to establish a recognizable and consistent voice across all mediums. Canva’s design software makes it easy to create beautiful visuals that tell your story in a unique way—and font pairings can be one of the most effective ways to create this effect.
Here are my top 4 pairings using only Canva fonts:
Fonts are the most important part of design. Period.
They can be used to convey a brand’s message and set you apart from your competition.
When it comes to fonts, there is no “one size fits all” approach that works for everyone. It really depends on what kind of message you want to put across and how much time you have available to invest in this process. Or you can hire a brand designer (like me) to guide and help you with establishing your brand.
In conclusion, if you want to use Canva fonts for your branding, these are the 4 fonts I recommend. They have been carefully selected based on their versatility and compatibility with other fonts.