Canva is one of the best online design platforms that millions of people use to create stunning graphics. For years I’ve been using Canva to create designs for freelance clients and Canva templates for my shop.
One of the features I love most about Canva is the ability to custom your designs while maintaining your brand’s look and feel.
The free Canva account includes the use of hundreds of fonts while the paid account, Canva Pro unlocks even more features including even more font options and the ability to add your own font.
I’m going to show you exactly how to add your own font to Canva, it’s so easy!
1. Login to Canva
In order to upload your font to Canva, you MUST have a Canva Pro account. If you don’t have the Pro version, login to your account now and upgrade by going to Account Settings > Billing & Teams. There you’ll see the option to upgrade.
2. Open Your Canva Brand Kit
Your Canva Pro account includes a Brand Kit page which allows you to set your default brand fonts, logo and color palette. Navigate to the Brand Kit link in the left column.
3. Upload Your Font to Canva
In your Brand Kit select Upload A Font and browse for the file on your computer. Canva supports OTF, TTF, and WOFF file formats. Click Yes to consent that you are the owner of the font file and the font will then be added to your account!
4. Begin Using Your Custom Font
Open up one of your designs in Canva and you’ll see your custom font has been added!
What do you think of this tutorial? Do you have any questions for me about Canva? Ask me in the comments box below!
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