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Five programs to make banner | Publishers

It is possible to make banner online in image editors without installing any program on the computer. There are, for example, platforms that provide templates for creating images without having to be a professional designer. Many of these software are completely online, free and have a very similar interface, focused on making the work as simple as possible.

In addition, the tools often give free access to most of the ready-made templates and graphics needed to edit. You can also use your own images to customize the material. Then save to png, jpeg, pdf or any other format and in the size you want. Here are five useful browser banner programs.

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List brings suggestions from image editors to make banners Foto: Helito Bijora / TechTudoList brings suggestions from image editors to make banners Foto: Helito Bijora / TechTudo

List brings suggestions from image editors to make banners Foto: Helito Bijora / TechTudo

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Canva is currently the most famous simplified design platform. With web and mobile version, the service allows you to create banners and various other formats of advertising material with a few clicks. Although it offers some paid materials, much of its collection of ready-made templates and graphics is freely available. You can also upload your personal image library for use in designs.

Canva offers a wide collection of ready-made models Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesCanva offers a wide collection of ready-made models Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Canva offers a wide collection of ready-made models Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Also with web and smartphone versions, Adobe Spark is a versatile tool for creating designs in a few clicks. Your truffle is integrating with other Adobe products like Lightroom, as well as partner apps like Dropbox and Google Photos to import media. Another plus point is the Shuffle function, which allows you to change the layout of a particular banner template with one click, quickly rearranging text and other elements.

Adobe Spark has one-click rearrangement and connection with Dropbox and Google Photos Photo: Reproduction / Paulo AlvesAdobe Spark has one-click rearrangement and connection with Dropbox and Google Photos Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

Adobe Spark has one-click rearrangement and connection with Dropbox and Google Photos Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

Fotor is a desktop image editor with an online design tool similar to Canva and Adobe Spark. It also offers a number of ready-to-use templates, and features an integrated public portfolio for publicizing your work on the Internet. However, uploading your own files is restricted to 50 MB, which may be little for users looking to create multiple banner designs with custom images.

Fotor has web version with integrated banner editor; upload limited to 50 MB Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesFotor has web version with integrated banner editor; upload limited to 50 MB Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Fotor has web version with integrated banner editor; upload limited to 50 MB Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

BannerSnack is an online service that allows you to create up to 10 free banners and has a layered editing tool. Its advantage is to make it easier to upload personal photos and vectors: the site has no storage limit, as long as each file does not exceed 15 MB. There is also an extensive free photo bank to explore and enrich your designs.

BannerSnack petmite create 10 free and flexible upload large banners Photo: Reproduction / Paulo AlvesBannerSnack petmite create 10 free and flexible upload large banners Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

BannerSnack petmite create 10 free and flexible upload large banners Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

Photopea (photopea) comes out ahead of other solutions in the industry by accepting .psd, .xd, .sketch and even raw files for online editing. Also, as its interface is very reminiscent of Photoshop, the web application can serve as a good replacement for the Adobe program when you have browser-only access and need layer support. The software does not offer so many ready-made banner templates to edit, but it can be a valid option when you already have a ready made material and just need to make a quick adjustment.

Photopea online editor that looks more like Photoshop Photo: Reproduction / Paulo AlvesPhotopea online editor that looks more like Photoshop Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

Photopea online editor that looks more like Photoshop Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

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