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Hi guys!

I was working on some social media ads for a client and created a simple template for all major social media ad sizes including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Snapchat and Reddit.

This is a simple file with art boards for all your ad designs. It could come in handy next time you need to create a simple promo banner or ad for a client. 

 

 

 

Cheers!

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Thanks for sharing - very easy to use!


Lenovo laptop with Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, Windows 10 Home. Former user of most Serif software from PagePlus 3.0 through PagePlus X9, now enjoying Affinity Designer, Photo, and Publisher.

 

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Thanks for sharing. It'll save a lot of time.

 

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On 1/7/2017 at 1:57 PM, markoprljic said:

Hi guys!

I was working on some social media ads for a client and created a simple template for all major social media ad sizes including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Snapchat and Reddit.

This is a simple file with art boards for all your ad designs. It could come in handy next time you need to create a simple promo banner or ad for a client. 

 

 

 

Cheers!

Social Media Banner Ads.afdesign

Hi - I've opened these in publisher - they look really useful, would it be possible to put in the name in each of the spreads so we know which format is for what channel?

I was just thinking it would be useful to have these as standard custom sizes as options.... having spent all day ham-fistedly creating posts...

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These are the standard sizes in pixels to fit in to their particular places on the various apps. It may be you are not realising that the zoom level is only at 6% so it just looks like a lot of shapes on one artboard, but each shape is an individual artboard. Find the shape you want e,g. for a face book post highlight that particular shape and copy, then from file select new from clipboard and you will get an idea of the size you are working with. Many designers will produce a variety of these designs in the various sizes to show to clients. When finalises they will be exported as individual elements to add to the app.

Hope this gives you some idea, but I am not really in to designing social media posts but it is how I would see it. Looking at https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/tutorials/designer/desktop/video/301627979/ may help you

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