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How To Design Instagram Stories in Canva

teacher avatar Dawid Tuminski

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Welcome To the Class


    • 2.

      Your Project


    • 3.

      Let's Put Together Our First Instagram Story


    • 4.

      Let's Learn To Add the Animations


    • 5.

      Let's Create an Instagram Video Story


    • 6.

      Let's Add the Remaining Parts of the Video Story


    • 7.

      Let's Create the Cut Out Illustration Instagram Story


    • 8.

      Summary and Final Thoughts


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About This Class

Hello and welcome to the class in which you will learn how to create three different Instagram stories in Canva.

In the process you will discover how to:

  • create an Instagram story project
  • add animations to graphics and text
  • add and edit videos

We will create 3 different Instagram story designs,with photos, video backgrounds and cut-out illustrations.

In each design we will add a lot of different animations to make our designs pop!

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Designer, coder and educational entrepreneur.
Adobe Certified Expert in Illustrator whose courses were listed in the Udemy's TOP 10 best reviewed courses.

Creating online courses on design tools like Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop, logo design, web design, graphic design freelancing, online teaching and digital marketing .

Teaching +30k students in 160 countries worldwide.

Loves the freedom of creating courses and prides in his teaching method, which is straight to the point and with a smile.

His motto: Boring instructors are worse than boring topics!

His students value his courses for their conciseness, professionalism and actionable tips and techniques they can apply in their day-to-day design tasks and online education businesses.

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1. Welcome To the Class: In this project, we are going to create an Instagram story. In fact, we are going to create three different Instagram stories, although they are going to be revolving around them. A similar subject. So we're going to create these allies, Japan, Instagram stories. And then, well, the main purpose of creating these guys. Let me just play, play this back is, as you can see, to add a lot of different animations. But of course, we are also going to create this video instagram story. And we're going to finish it off with like an illustration instagram story. So again, we're going to do it all just so you can learn how to work with the animations here inside Canada and how to create nicely looking, engage in Instagram stories. Without further ado. Let's start with our first project. 2. Your Project: So thanks again for joining the class. And before we get started, I would highly suggest and ask you to create a class project because I strongly believe in learning by doing it. And I think that you'll benefit the most from this class if you decided to create a project. So instead of just watching the class, actually follow my steps here and create a, well, basically your Instagram stories, so project. So let me show you what I mean by creating a project here, in here in Skillshare. So first of all, what we have here is three different Canvas, right? We're going to be creating three different videos for our Instagram stories. So on Skillshare, in order to create a class project, you could either simply grab images and add them to your project. You could also add a link to a video or embedded code. But here we are going to keep it simple and we're simply going to create a nice like a cover image. And then maybe we are going to create like a very, very simple and quick collage that we can also upload to our class section, class project section here on Skillshare. This is something that something new. I want to try it myself. So I guess we're gonna be learning this as we go. We are going to be learning together. So the first thing that of course we have to do is to save our images. So I'm going to go to the Share option. Then I'm gonna go to this Download button. And I don't want to save these guys as an MP4 video. I'll want them to be simple jpegs. And down here we got this all pages option selected. So when we now click on Done, we're going to download all of three. All three basically cover images for our canvas, for our stories. So this is actually what I want to do, is I'm simply going to click on Done. I'm going to download them. And as you can see, it's going to be download as a zip file. And I'm going to put it inside my downloads some, just gonna do it. So I'm going to click on Save and then I'm gonna go to my Downloads. So as you can see, I got this folder here. Now it is a zipped file and I'm using Windows, but I believe that on Mac it would look similarly. So what we could do is we can simply unzip it or we can simply double-click it to just get inside here. So what I'm going to do him some simply going to select all of them, copy them. I'm gonna go to downloads and I'm just going to paste them here. So I'm just, I just have this 12.3. So these are these guys right here. So now what I wanna do is I want to create a collage for my, for my Basically class here from my cover image. So I'm gonna go to my Canada and let's create a new file. So let's create a new design. We can do a custom size. So let's do like a full, full HD size. So I'm gonna go with 1920s and then height Canadian, as you can see, we already have this suggests that presentation preset. So I'm just going to click on that. And basically what I want to do here is I simply want to add those files. So I'm gonna go to uploads and I'm going to click on Upload Files. And I'm simply going to shift click on all of these elements. So 123 and I'm simply going to open them. And now we have our images being uploaded here inside canva. So basically what I'm gonna do is I'm going to just add one. Maybe I'm going to make it just a bit bigger like that. Number two is this guy, I believe. So. Maybe I'm going to put it somewhere here and make it significantly bigger like that. And last one, it's gonna go somewhere here. And then I'm going to make it bigger like that. And maybe I'm going to put it somewhere here. And let's shift click on all of these elements and then go to the position option. And I'm simply going to space them evenly, horizontally like that. So now we have these three guys. So we have three, basically three images for our canvas. This is like a cover image for our first story. This is the cover image for our second story. And this is the a cover image for our third, store it. And now we can actually share this guy, so this whole file. And I'm gonna go to download, I don't need the PDF, I just want a simple JPEG. I'm going to go to Download. And I'm going to call it my story project like that. And I'm simply going to save that. I'm going to go to my class. So here I'm within my class, and here in this project and resources tab, I'm going to click on Create Project. And this first option here allows us to add a cover image. So I'm going to click on Upload Image, go to my downloads, and this is my instant project image. So I'm going to open that. And as you can see, we can simply now add our image. Now, I know that it's been cropped, but that's okay. We can just leave it like that. I'm going to click on Submit. And I'm going to type in as my project titled something like my in my instar story project. Then we go for the project description. I'm going to type in something like my instar story project created in Canva. Now it's just a matter of adding a few words that would describe your project. And basically that's it. So as you can see down here in this add more content option, we can also add an image. So let's try to add my full image. So I'm going to choose this my instant project one more time. And as you can see, it's being added right inside my project description. And now nothing is being cut. And it's just adding this extra something to my project description. And then of course, you know, if you want, you can make your project private. But I'm going to leave it as public. I just want the people to see it. Once everything is done on, I'm simply going to click on publish it right now here in our project section, you can see that we got our project, created. A simple thing that it's a good thing to do because it just shows that you actually learn something that you can presented, even, even, even to yourself, just to prove to yourself that you actually achieve something thanks to this class. 3. Let's Put Together Our First Instagram Story: So I'm going to start with creating a new file. And in here I'm just going to type in, maybe not here, I'm going to type in Instagram. And then let's just choose Instagram story. And there we go. We've got our blank canvas. So if we take a look at our first project, you can see here that, well first of all, we got this kinda like a very, very simple logo that I've put together using just a simple icon and some text. So let's, let's first do that. So I'm going to search for the elements. Let's type in my Crow found like that. And here inside graphics, I'm just going to look for a microphone that's going to look good. I think I'm gonna go with this one. It can be black. It looks quite alright. And now let's just add a piece of text. Let's add even be subheading. Believe it's sad. Scene, places like that. Let me just check yes, in places and let me just quickly check the font that I used. It's called Love low. So let's do that. Now, I would like assembling this kind of a logo is not the main goal of this project. But I still want to, I want you to see like the whole process of coming up with this design. I'm going to make it significantly bigger like that. And maybe let's make this microphone a bit smaller. So it looks more or less like this. Maybe I'm going to decrease the font size of this guy to something like 36 and the microphone just a bit smaller. And now let's just copy this guy some holding down both the old and the Alt key and clicking and dragging it down. And let me just consult the original. So this is a travel podcasts and it's using the font that is called now. So let's type in travel podcast, podcast. And let's change the font to now when we go. And it needs to be significantly smaller, something like 24 should be. Alright. So I'm going to, brain does get just a little bit to the top, make these guys, these frames a bit smaller. And p, this guy should go just a bit down to somewhere here. And I guess it looks quite alright, this nice little logo. It's nothing too fancy. It's just it's kinda like a placeholder logo, to be, to be honest. So the last thing to do here would be to just select everything and group them. And then we can maybe just add a simple, simple rectangle. And that rectangle needs to be white. Because if we can just take a look at this guy, you can see that we are going to be putting it over a background. So it would be a good idea to just add this kind of a, like a separator between the background and our logos. So let me just maybe make it just a little bit bigger. No line but that we can always adjust it later. Again, I'm going to select everything. And I guess we could maybe make sure that these guys are nicely aligned and then we can group them. So this guy is gonna go to the top. So somewhere here. And now we have to find the right background for our project. So from the elements, I'm just going to search for like maybe, I don't know. I think I search for Kabuki before. So like the ancient theatre. And let's go to maybe graphics or maybe let's search for photos. Maybe that's going to look a bit better. So here we got like these really nicely looking like traditionally an old traditional art. So let's maybe go with this one. This one looks also nice. I'm going to leave this guy. And of course this guy needs to go all the way to the back so it can go to the position and just send it backward like that. So far, so good, it looks quite acceptable. I gotta say. So the last part here would be to add this bottom elements down here. So we need to add another rectangle. So let's go to our elements and let's grab our wealth. This is a square, but we can turn it into a rectangle very, very easily. So I'm just going to maybe move it to somewhere here. And it definitely needs to be white. There we go. And we need to add that like, well, basically an ellipse. And let's turn it red. And now it's simply will symbolize like oh, that dot circle from the Japanese flag. Maybe let's make it a bit darker. I think it's a bit darker in the original, something like that. And now we have to add the title of our podcast. So I'm going to go to the text and I'm going to add a, maybe the sun has a heading. Maybe instead of writing like ancient Japan, let's just type in like Kabuki. There we go. And of course we need to change that font. Now the font that I chose for this, well, basically for this piece of text, um, I mean, I was looking for something that's going to look a bit more like traditional Japanese, but that's going to be readable to Easterners. So this is this guy right here, you say magic. I think it looks really, really nice. So I'm gonna make this guy just a bit smaller, like that. And I'm going to clone and down and type paddle-like Theatre. There we go. So maybe we should move these guys just a bit up to somewhere here. And let's see what else we have. We got new episode available. Listen now, we could type that in as well. So I'm just going to move this guy to the bottom. And let's shorten it a little bit. Let's time and let's type in something like Listen. Now, just like that. And let's make it significantly smaller. List is something like 42. Maybe This is gonna look a bit better. And maybe I'm just going to move these guys, all these guys just a bit to the top like that. And it should be, it should be enough. Now, the last thing to do here would be to maybe try to just make sure that these guys are nicely aligned to the center. So like that, it should be okay. There we go. We got our, well, basically our first Instagram story complete at least the design. So now you can actually move on to adding animations here inside the Canvas. Pilot start doing that in the next video. 4. Let's Learn To Add the Animations: So there are basically two major things you have to remember about adding animations here inside canva. So the first one is that in order to add an animation, you have to first click an element. And here at the top you're going to see this animate option. One is clicked. It's going to open up a new window. That's going to give you quite a lot of different animations. And when you hover over any of these, you're going to see a preview here inside your canvas. Now, if you grab a piece of text, you can see that you have a bit more of these animations. And I got to say that, well, it's good at the same time, but it has its drawbacks. I mean, if we were to, for instance, grab this piece of text and our element and then group them. You can see that we don't have that many options right here. So we can choose from like, you know, like a smaller number of animations. The same goes for if we grab this piece of texts and our background and this group, and group them, because let's say we want to animate all these guys at the same time. So I'm gonna go to pan. You can see that we have like a, well, there's the number of animations is much, much smaller in comparison to like only the animations that we can add to the text itself. So let's actually have a little fun with this. Let's add different animations. So first I'm going to grab these guys, so I'm going to ungroup them. I'm going to grab my background for this, for this placeholder logo, I'm gonna go to animate. Let's see what we have here. Let's do, maybe let's do something like a baseline. It looks nice. It's quick. I want the animation is to be quick because well, the store itself is not gonna be too long. So I'm gonna do a quick baseline animation. I'm going to grab this microphone. And let's see this. That might be a bit too much. But let's see rise. This looks okay. And then let's do the text. Maybe we could group both of these elements and apply the same animation. Let's see. It looks quite alright. There's a lot of going on here, but that's what I want. Now with the background. I usually just to simplify it with the background. I think if we were to add like very, very lucky FuncAnimation to our background, something like wipe is may be okay but like tectonic and it looks kinda weird, not to mention the stump thing. It looks, it's a bit too much to my to my taste. So let's actually maybe try the swipe thing. It looks okay. Now let's do some things with these guys right here. So this background, let's see what we, what we added here, this was baseline, so add the baseline as well. Now for this circle, maybe let's try, let's see wipe. Maybe not. Um, let's do, let's see neon. Let's, let's, let's do rise. And let's maybe for these pieces of texts, let's add something different. Let's add the typewriter effect, which is, as you can see, like mimicking the Tx beam type. So what we can also use the Merge option. But I think that Let's go with this typewriter. Same guy, same for this one. And for the bottom one, Let's maybe do something else. Maybe let's do the baseline as well as going to come up from the bottom. I think it looks okay. Now when it's all done, we can go to our preview option right here. And you can see how this whole, this whole like Instagram story is going to play out. So now, if you don't want to do it like that, you can always just grab an element. So let's say this background and just hover over the animation and it's going to play out all the animations that we have added to our project. And then you don't have to go to this Play button just to see what your animation is going to look like. So all in all, I think it looks quite alright. I mean, it's engaging enough. And you can use this undertaken to follow this understanding in creating your own projects. But I think that we might even want to try something else. We can create a video story. Maybe we are going to add a video as our background and we are pretty quickly going to learn how to edit videos here on the side, Canada. But that is something that we are going to do in the next video. 5. Let's Create an Instagram Video Story: So let's start with adding a new page like that. And let's preview our former design. And as you can see, we got this, well, this placeholder logo here at the top. And we've got some text here in the center. So maybe, I guess it would be a good idea to simply borrow these guys that we already have here. So I'm going to, I'm just going to type or copy them and paste them in. And remember when you copy the elements over to another art board. And those animation effects are also going to be preserved. So if I just click on this background, you can see that we still have this baseline animation added. So now let's add the video. So I'm gonna go to elements, and I'm going to type in that like this cherry blossom festivity is called Hanuman. So I'm just going to type that in. And from these, these options, I'm going to choose videos. Now. These videos are of course, usually going to be horizontal. So even if we try to find something with vertigo, we're not going to get that much. So I'm going to just get rid of that filter. So let's try to find something that is a bit more like animated in a way that there are some people around. I just, I just don't want to add like just the branches. Because now this specific the specific holidays about people getting together under the cherry blossom tree. So that's what I would like to show. So I guess the one that I just saw would be better. Maybe, let's see, this one seems quite alright. Now of course, what we would want to do is we would want to add it as a background, video backgrounds. So we need to just make it significantly taller. And I'm going to make it this big like that. And we can always move it to the center or may be moving something like that should be. Okay. And of course it would be good to add it as a background, so I'm gonna just push it backward like that. Now, as I mentioned before, with this this video element, you can, you can do some things about it. And if we go, if we go to this top bar right here, you can see that we got this edit video and this scissors right here. So if we click on it, you can see that we've got this timeline showing us like all the frames I guess, that are available here inside our, our video. And as you can see it, this video is almost 10 s long. So let's say that we want to make it shorter that we want this to play for only like 5 s. So here on the left and on the right we got these purple marker. So when we just start moving it, you can see that we are kinda like scraping these, well, these frames, I guess so to speak. So basically we are marking with this left marker. We are marking the beginning of the video. And with the right marker we are marking the end of the video. And once we do that, you can see that the length of the video is changing. So if I want to make it like kernel longer, I can just move on my mortgage to the right. And if I want to make it shorter, I can move it to the left. And we could also just type in what you want here. And as you can see, this marker is moving directly into that spot that you want it. So now this video is going to go into play only four or 5 s. This time-lapse, not for the whole 9.6 s. And once we're happy with that, we can simply click on the Done button, as you can see here in the top on the running time of our video, is set to 5 s, which is definitely what I want. And I would also like to add those remaining pieces of texts, are these guys right here? But I think that we can start doing that in the next video. 6. Let's Add the Remaining Parts of the Video Story: So let's start with adding our first piece of texts. And we can simply just reuse what we already have. So I'm just going to copy and paste this guy right here. And remember that we have this animation option attached to it. So we have to remember that. So this guy is going to say what it's gonna, it's gonna say Hanani in our, okay. So let's just add a piece of text. Can be a heading. So let's type in Han army in Alice, change the type to our, you say magic. And I'm going to just move it to the top somewhere here. And let's now change the color scheme. So I would want this color scheme of our upcoming backgrounds and pieces of texts to match the background, right? So the background video, and I would also wanted to at the same time match the theme. So the cherry blossom trees and also Japan. So this guy here in the, in the back. So I'm going to search for a while like a good car. But as you can see here, the colors from the photo, I'm not that great. I would want something that is more like pink or something like that. So we can start with this base pick color, but it needs to be desaturated. So it looks more or less maybe like this, something like that. So now we can change the font color to white and the contrast is going to be, I think it's gonna be enough. It's going to be readable. Then we can just grab both of these elements and press the press and hold down the Alt key. And then just clone this guy here. And now let's just type in maybe Japan and I'm going to use the capital letters just so, you know, just so it looks a bit different. And what I wanna do here is I want to add like a red background because I wanted to, I want this guy to be now since this piece of taxes Japan, and like this red circle is so prominent in the flag. So I want this background to kinda reminder that. But maybe that red is not that great. Let's again make it a bit desaturated. Maybe something like that. This should be okay, less than split hairs here. And the last thing to do here will be to add new episodes available. I think it said something like that. So I'm going to just type that in. And so new episode of failable available like that. And of course this piece of text needs to be significantly smaller. So let's try 42 or may be 36. This should be enough. So let's make this guy significantly smaller like that. And I think it would be better if it went a bit to the left. And then let's make this guy just a bit smaller so everything is nice and proportionate. Now this guy, I'm going to make it like greenish. So it matches maybe like the leaves in the back. So again, let's make beam man, lets me make it a bit darker and desaturated, maybe something like that. And there we go. We could again grab these elements. So I'm going to group them because I want to make sure that they are nicely aligned. So I'm going to group everything. And now if we just shift click on these three groups, we can go to the position option and just make sure that they are nicely centered. And then we can move this guy to the center as well. I think it looks okay. So now what we could do is we could simply animate all these elements and remember that these guys are grouped. So let's just go to, go to the animate option. Let's just choose this group. So now this animation is going to look, let me just go down. It's going to look something like this now. It looks okay, but I think that now we can still make it a bit better. So first of all, let's grab this video. And as you can see, you can also animate the video. But again, I'm just going to add simple fade option to our video. And I'm going to grab this piece of text. So let's see baseline again. I guess if we combine the two, it's going to look okay. This guy, let me just ungroup these guys. It's gonna be a bit easier for us to check the animation. So baseline for this guy and baseline for this guy. And let's ungroup these cell and these elements. Let's grab the background and let's do baseline. And let's do baseline for this. And as you can see, they are nicely like popping in one after another. So it looks kinda, kinda okay, so now we can just preview all our elements. I think that they look, they look quite alright. Now, one before move on. One important thing with these animations here is these animate options like both on enter and exit. So you can control how this specific piece is going to behave when the animation starts and when it ends. Or you can control what's going to happen. Like nose both states. So you can have this baseline to happen only when this whole animation starts. You can make it like animate only on the exit. Or you can animate it on both states. But I usually just leave, enter because usually when it's like an Instagram story and they'll just like, you know, like switch from one to another. I don't think that the Exit animation is that important. Like in this case, you can see that we've got this both state here. So when active, so when the animation ends, it's also going to animate. So not just on Enter, but that's something you can do. It's something to consider, but it's definitely something you need to be aware of when creating your animations. So the last project we are going to do is this nicely looking, um, well, basically like a travel and storing something like that. But the main difference here is that I've used cut-out illustrations to assemble this scene right here. And the other elements are basically also animated. So we can actually start doing that in the next video. 7. Let's Create the Cut Out Illustration Instagram Story: So let's go to our project and let's add a page. So the first thing that I'm going to do is find a nicely looking, nicely looking at background. So I'm gonna type in something like sky background like this one. And I want to search for graphics. And the one that I chose is this guy right here. But as you can see, it's pretty small. So what we could do is we could create a mosaic out of these guys so they look more or less like this. But sky look in this repetitive. It will look like, like it's a very, very artificial. I guess the best thing to do will be to just make it significantly bigger like that and move it like somewhere to the center. So now we could put something over it. Like that pagoda right here. But before I do that, we could maybe maybe do something like a background separation. But unfortunately, as you can see when we go to the Edit image here, we don't have like all the, all the filters available to us when we are using a photo, since we're using a graphic, this is all we have here. So what we could do is we could search for something like like a blurred rectangle, like the one that I recently looked for when we added to our image. And of course we have to make it wrote rotated. So what I wanna do right now is I want to cover this background with this blurred rectangle. Now, this effect might be just a bit too much. So we can go to that transparency option and just decrease the transparency being quite significantly to something like 20 per cent. And now it looks a bit like blurred this background, but not that much. So now when we look for a, Let's look for a pagoda like that from the graphics. And I believe it was this one. We now just place it down here and make it taller like that. Now, just this nice separation between the background and this pagoda is being created. And I think that it's simply looks nice. Now here at the top, we would have to add like this discovered Japan placeholder logo. And I think that we could reuse this guy right here because it has the elements that we need. So I'm just going to copy them. And I'm going to paste them here and move them somewhere in to the top. And let's type in this cover. This cover, and let's make this guy is smaller. So it fits our frame, at least for now. Discover. And let's type in Japan like that. And it looks nice. So remember that we still have this animation added to our elements. So this rise, this typewriter, all these things. But I think that may be, I'm going to change it from typewriter. Maybe let's see this asymptote when it might look a bit better. Let's ascend option it. I think it looks better. It also here at the bottom, we can add this book, your trip today thin. So I'm just going to maybe copy these elements and paste them down here. So somewhere here. So this guy is only going to say, let me just try to copy. I'm going to just try to click N. So today, let's write that in. Then we can just move it may be a bit up to somewhere here. And let's type in land, grab these elements. So again, I'm pressing Shift and Alt keys at the same time. And let's type in book your trip. So let's do it like book your trip. Let's make this guy is significantly smaller, something like 32. That might be a bit too, well, not that visible. So let's select 48, and that would require us to make this guy just a bit bigger. So we can make this frame just a bit bigger. And this guy can be just a bit smaller and look in more or less like this. And I'm going to push these guys just a bit down and you know what, maybe let's actually do it. Keep it very, very simple. So we're going to change the color to black and this background, I'm going to make it white. So remember that most of these elements still have, they still have animation, it's attached to them. So like this one right here, and this one right here as well. So let's change this baseline animation again to that. Where was it? To the ascend option? Same for this guy. So ascend and this guy was set to baseline, so it should be okay. So it will look more or less like this. So we can also add an animation for our pagoda. Let's do drift. May be not. Again baseline. Let's do pop maybe. Yeah, it looks, it looks okay. It looks nice enough. Now we got this, this rectangle as well here. So it's also being animated. But I would definitely like to animate our background. So let's do, let's see Pan. Pan is going to look nice because as you can see to kinda like mimics the movement of the clouds. So that looks all right. Let me just move this like blurred rectangle as well as add the pen to it as well. So it was this guy. So let's preview it one more time. Yeah, it looks it all looks nice, law. Let's preview all of our, all of our stories. So this is the first one. Now we've got this video story as well. We added this time-lapse. And we got this like a cutout animation, cutout illustration animation created as well. 8. Summary and Final Thoughts: There we go. This is how you can create your own Instagram stories and use the animations here on the side, Canada. So as you've probably noticed, there's quite a lot of different animations that you can choose from a normally I would advise to just keep things simple, but since it's an Instagram story and your products are fighting for the attention of a lot of people with a lot of competitors. So maybe adding a few different animations might be justified. It might actually help you stand out a little bit. So no, you definitely can experiment with all these Canada animations and create your own Instagram stories. So one more thing to remember here before we wrap things up is that since we have a lot of moving elements and we also have a video in the background. Now, if you want to download these elements and then upload them to Canvas it. Well, it's highly suggested to just use the MP4 video format because it's the most popular video format around the web and you wouldn't have any problems uploading it to Instagram. There we go. We got our project is created. I hope you liked it and I hope that you will share your own projects. And of course, until next time, have a nice designer.