Jan 23, 2019 - 04:04 PM
Jan 28, 2019 - 12:55 AM
Visme is a free tool for creating infographics and other graphic design needs that also has its own banner tool. The software is incredibly popular for its simplicity and versatility, and comes with an extensive library of templates, images, and more.
Canva is similar to Visme: it’s a graphic design tool for people with limited design experience, and has banner options built in. Plus, it’s also free. The drag-and-drop method lets you tap the library of fonts, photos, and so on to design custom banners easily.
Adobe Spark offers yet another popular, free option. In addition to templates, images, and more, it offers preset sizing for popular sites, so you can make a banner that will fit where you intend to place it. Both graphic design experts and amateurs seem to like these free design tools, so I have a feeling they will give you what you’re looking for.
In addition to these general graphic design tools, there are a few paid, banner-specific options you can try. Bannersnack comes with built-in designs, and many reviewers call it their favorite tool for HTML5 banners. You will need to choose the paid plan that works best for you, but the prices seem reasonable for what you get.
Bannerwise offers another paid tool specifically for HTML5 banner creation. If you don’t have the time or know-how for coding by hand, this or Bannersnack are both good options. You can easily make complicated designs with Bannerwise, including animations. Plus, it comes with a 14-day free trial period.