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Designing ads and marketing visuals for Twitter can be a fast and simple way to let people know about your brand or business. Twitter is a great platform for quickly sharing news about upcoming releases, special seasonal sales, user tips and hints, and much more. One way to do this is by using a collage technique to efficiently convey a several moods or pieces of information.
Combine Several Images Into a Single Collage Image
Collages let designers combine multiple images into a single composition. This allows you to upload and share just one image file with an enhanced visual experience. You can make a collage in Shutterstock Editor using your own images, images from the Shutterstock collection, or a combination of the two.
In Editor, you can upload your own content, including photos, illustrations, or branded graphics like logos. Navigate to the My Content tab on the left sidebar where you can upload and access your own content. From here, you can drag images onto the canvas, position them, resize them, and crop them to fit within your collage.
You can also add images from the Shutterstock collection. Click on the Search tab in the left sidebar. Here you can use keywords to search over one hundred million images to find something perfect for your collage. You can add these images to the canvas and begin working with them in your design. You won’t have to license the images until you are ready to download the whole graphic, letting you experiment and find the perfect content.
A layout with many applications
Collage-style layouts are used by many companies in Twitter ad design. Designers and artists can showcase their recent creations or creations that follow a theme. Shop owners can display new inventory, inventory relevant to seasons or holidays, or images connected to special events.
Shutterstock Editor is a great resource for experienced and beginner Twitter designers. Get started making these effective branded images today.