Blush Design – If You Are Bored With Canva

by XeniaKo

While I was doing my research on alternatives to Canva, it seemed most design tools that are worth mentioning were discussed in the blog post. With a safe conscience I was thinking of the next article when I came across a post in Telegram recommending blush.design tool that labels themselves as illustrations for everyone.

Although you can install blush.design as a plugin, I must admit their desktop version works perfectly. And if you are not good at illustrations but want to publish a customised illustration on your blog or social media accounts at no cost for you, this tool is the perfect solution.

blush.design is a new tool in the market, that is why their collection is not big. However, as they say, designers are working on enlarging the collection, and it will be wonderful to see more designs.

The interface is very simple and user-friendly with categories.  At this moment, illustrations are mainly related to people, places, and plants.

The inteface of blush, the free designer tool

However, their customisation tool is one of the best I have ever used for my projects. With the elapse of time many bloggers cope with photos and text well, but it’s not so easy to draw even a simple illustration. However,  thanks to professional illustrations blog posts can draw more attention from their readers.

Each collection is divided into categories

Blush - categories to customise illustrations

From the dropdown menu you can choose the best option for you, test and see whether the final result satisfies you

You need only a few clicks to change any fragment of the illustration.

And another example

Blush - two different pictures demonstrating the feature of customisation

I was surprised that their constructor (blush.design is a free tool) is so comfortable, fast, and easy to use.

When you finish your illustration, you can download it in a variety of formats, and it takes only a few seconds. I was surprised at how well it works, as even more known tools fail to allow you to download your projects (More in the article: Canva Alternatives: 7,5 Simple Tools )

And Voilà, your illustration is ready, you can publish it on your blog or add things e.g. text to create a Pin. It’s only you who can limit your imagination.

If you are an illustrator, you can join blush.design and share your illustrations with content creators or bloggers from all over the world.

Their about section on Blush gives detailed answers to your potential questions and also reveals their philosophy.

If you are a great fan like I am of polishing your content and blog posts, you will definitely like  blush.design.  Or if you have already used them, share your experience in the comments below.

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