Are you looking for product feature design ideas for a fresh set of ad graphics?
Well, you’re in the right place because, in this post, we’re going to show you 3 eye-catching product feature design trends you can use for your business ads.
Be sure to read till the end because we’re giving away free Canva design templates…
…you can import to your Canva account and use for your business ad graphics this 2022.
In this post, we’re going to show you 3 ad design styles you can use for a fresh set of social media ad graphics this start of the year.
For this post, we are going to be using Canva.
And all the designs featured today will be available for you to download as templates.
You can then import them into your own Canva account and edit them according to your brand.
Let’s get started!
3 Fresh Designs For Your Business Ad Graphics
1. Monochrome + colored subject
Pair a monochrome decorative element with your subject or product image in full color.
This design is great to further highlight exactly what the eye should gravitate towards.
To do this, look for a supporting image you want to go with your main subject.
In this case, we’re going to use this image of hands.
Note that depending on your subject image, you can use a table, a stage, or whatever you think fits your featured product.
Using the background remover tool, delete the image’s background. Then to get the monochrome look, click on “Edit image”.
We’re making it so it looks sort of like a cutout from a newspaper.
To do this, set the contrast all the way up and saturation all the way down.
You might also need to lower the brightness to retain more detail in your cutout.
Next, we’re going to add flowers in the back that are monochrome as well. Then you can add some cut paper accents at the bottom.
Add your product image, logo, headline, and call to action, then you’re done!
Speaking of the background remover tool, check out this tutorial on how to remove image background using this Canva tool.
2. Duplicating the subject to the background
To achieve this look, simply duplicate your featured product or subject image by hitting control c and control v or cmd c+ cmd v+ if you’re on a Mac.
Scale the size of your duplicate up, push the layer to the background, and lower its opacity.
Behind everything, you can leave a solid color in the background, or you can also add a blurred bokeh.
Just search bokeh in the Photos tab and find one you like.
Send it to the very bottom layer of your design, click on “Edit image” and increase your image’s blur.
Add more designs if you’d like or leave it as is.
Then add in your ad graphics’ essentials once again aka your logo, headline, and cta.
And voila, we’re done with this design!
If you want to learn more on how to highlight your products using Canva, then check out this tutorial next.
3. Dual-color background
You can manually add two shapes from the Elements tab and set them to the colors you want.
Or, go to the Photos tab and type in “dual color” in the search bar.
When you do, you’ll have multiple options for color combinations that you can set as your ad graphics’ background.
For this design, we’ll be using this subject image so we’re going to look for a combination that fits its look.
Then for a little bit of texture in your background, you can search the keyword “fade” in the Elements tab.
And then, use one of these overlays here with the little fading dots.
For this design, we’re going to lower the opacity and set the color to white.
After that, add in your logo, headline, and call to action button. And once again, you’re done!
To know more useful Canva features, be sure to read this post after this.
Free Canva Template For Your Ad Graphics
All 3 ad graphics designs in this post are available for you to download and edit in your own Canva account.
Simply click on this Canva template link and click on the button “Use template”.
After that, it will automatically create a duplicate of the designs to your Canva account. Just be sure you’re already logged in to Canva in your browser.
Once that’s loaded into your browser, feel free to edit the designs to fit your brand and purpose better.
As well as to adjust the colors and fonts to your business’ visual branding.
If you want to learn how to make your own visual branding guide, then read this post next.
And that’s it for today’s post! Remember, if you need any help with your business ad graphics, we’re just a phone call away!
Contact us at 404-596-7925 today.