In the My Designs screen, you can see all three possible ways with which you can set up your first design.
Start from blank
When you start from blank, you will be able to set your own custom size or choose from our list of available formats.
After choosing your desired format, you will be directed to the Desygner editor with a blank canvas.
Inside the editor, you can opt to use a template, add images, text, icons, logos, and videos to make your vision come to life.
The sky is the limit when it comes to your creativity!
Use a template
When you choose to set up your first design by using a template, you will be directed to the templates page where you can choose from thousands of templates from web to print usage.
After choosing a template, you will be directed to the Desygner editor with your template of choice already fully editable on the canvas.
You have full control over the editing of the images, text, icons, and logos present on the template. You can also add new elements to transform our template into your design.
If you'd still like to browse through other templates within the editor, you can do so by clicking on the Templates side menu.
Import PDF file
You can design from a PDF file, editing all of its elements.
To do that, all you have to do is click the Import PDF Files option and select the PDF file that you'd like to edit from your device, or drag and drop the PDF file to the My Designs page for it to upload automatically.
Sometimes we will need some extra information to make sure we are importing your PDF correctly:
Missing fonts - If your PDF has fonts that have not yet been uploaded to your assets, the platform will ask you if you want to replace the fonts from your PDF to Google fonts.
If you don't wish to replace your fonts, just make sure to add the font files present on your PDF to your assets before uploading the PDF.
Measurement units - The platform will need to know if your PDF is supposed to be printed or to be viewed on a screen in order to give you the best resolution possible.
If you will be printing your PDF, it is best to select one of the following measurement units: Inches (in), Centimetres (cm), or Millimetres (mm).
If you will be using you PDF on a screen or online, it's best to use Pixels (px).
After importing your PDF file and setting up the fonts and measurement units, you will be directed to the Desygner editor where you can make all the necessary changes to your PDF.
Any changes that you make in your design will be automatically saved.
You are also free to rename your designs at any time.