Freelancing A-Z: #7 How To Design A Perfect Facebook Cover Photo Premium class
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Freelancing : How To Design A Perfect Facebook Cover Photo Promo Video1:20
1 How To Start The Template Creation Process - Freelance Project3:45
2 How To Create The Main Template3:42
3 How To Add The Cover Photo4:00
4 How To Create The Template In Ilustrator3:33
5 How To Add The Profile Image Freelance2:29
6 How To Generate The Cover Photo and The Profile Image Facebook Marketing6:17
About This Class
There is abundance of Facebook cover photo templates out there, but instead of making your life easier, they only complicate things.
I mean they display so much data and so many numbers that it’s difficult to focus on the design part.
What if I told you that there is an easy way to make a facebook cover photo perfect every time you are designing one?
What if I told you that you can learn how to do it in just a few minutes of this class?
Wwelcome to the last part of the Freelancing A-Z series: How To Design A perfect Facebook Cover Photo.
Inside you will learn
- How to use Photoshop to make creating a facebook cover photo a child’s play
- How to use Illustrator to create a powerful yet easy to use cover photo and profile image template generator
You know, when I came up with this super easy process of creating Facebook cover photo templates in Photoshop I couldn’t believe it can be that simple, but it is.
And it would be great if you decided to find that out for yourself and expand your freelance skillset.
I’ll see you inside!
PS If you like the class, please submit your review and class project. It will help other students, just like you interested in topic I teach, in finding my classes. Thanks!
I've been using graphical software for many years now and I've recently decided to share my knowledge with others and I always try to do it in a straight-to-the-point kind of way with a touch of entertainment.
To tell you the truth I never thought of taking up a career as a teacher of any kind. In fact, I was always reluctant to agree with people, who always encouraged me to teach, saying: You should be a teacher!
But here I am and I am really enjoying it!
At first I started learning Photoshop. Then it was Illustrator and logo design principles. I kind of stuck with these two programs for a few years to eventually start learning web development through Dreamweaver and Wordpress.
My decision to start teaching was based on the quality of trainings and tutorials I saw and participated in. I thought to myself: Man. I really could do this better!
So here I am now, online on Skillshare and offline, in my home city.