If you’re looking to produce images quickly for your social media posts then using an AI tool to do this quickly is the key if you are short on time.
Microsoft’s Designer AI tool is a great example of how quickly you can do this.
Similar to the brilliant Canva tool that we use to make marketing templates and images for our content – but it is FREE!
Whilst It is still in preview, it has received positive reviews from users (including us) who have tried it.
Some of the key features of Microsoft Designer include:
- A wide variety of templates to choose from, covering a variety of purposes, such as social media posts, presentations, and flyers.
- An AI-powered design assistant that can help you create designs based on your text description or inspiration image.
- A text-to-image generator that can create images based on your text description.
- The ability to collaborate on designs with others.
- The ability to export designs in a variety of formats, including PNG, JPG, and PDF.
Microsoft Designer is a powerful and easy-to-use design tool that can help users create stunning designs without having to be a professional designer. Here are some of the pros and cons of the tool:
- Easy to use, even for beginners.
- Wide variety of templates to choose from
- AI-powered design assistant can help you create designs quickly and easily.
- Text-to-image generator can create custom images.
- Collaborative features allow you to work with others on designs.
- Export designs in a variety of formats
- Still in preview, so some features may not be fully developed.
- Not as many features as some other design tools, such as Canva
- The AI-powered design assistant can sometimes make mistakes.
Overall, Microsoft Designer is a promising new design tool that has the potential to make design more accessible to everyone and is already a powerful tool that can help you create stunning designs quickly and easily.
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