Great content uses words effectively. For it to be truly great, it must also feature engaging visuals.
I can appreciate good design but it’s beyond my skill level to create it. So over the past year (and a few months), I’ve been using Design Pickle to handle all of my various design needs. And there have been many!
I’ve used Design Pickle to create:
- Social media image templates
- On-brand blog expert roundup images
- Blog post feature images
- Supportive imagery for client blogs, like branded statistics
- PDF checklists + ebooks
- Wedding collateral
Check out some examples of each aforementioned visual in my latest article for The Blogsmith’s blog — a Design Pickle review
Reading the article, you’ll also get an inside look into:
How to submit a Design Pickle graphic design request and request revisions
Best practices for communicating graphic design needs to a designer
- How I incorporate Design Pickle with my agency workflow
- How to choose the best Design Pickle plan for your needs and Design Pickle alternatives to consider
Using Design Pickle has greatly improved the quality of content we’re producing for clients because we don’t have to work hard to provide high-quality, on-brand visuals to complement copy. In most cases, it’s as simple as submitting a request and getting results by the next morning.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about Design Pickle or working with a graphic designer to produce blog visuals, in general.
Until next time,
Maddy Osman, The Blogsmith