How To Create Stunning Twitter Posts Using DocHipo?
Are you planning to revamp your Twitter presence?
Though Twitter is known as a text-based platform and not everything you tweet is particularly picture-appropriate, you can still get more eyeballs on your post by tweeting an image with suitable text overlaid on it.
In this post, you’ll learn about Twitter graphic design and a walkthrough of how you can design your graphics for Twitter Posts in DocHipo. DocHipo offers an easy-to-use drag-and-drop editor, multiple useful widgets, and a vast collection of graphics for you to create and design graphics for Twitter.
Read this post till the end to create a strong Twitter graphics strategy for your business. Let’s dive deep into Twitter graphic design.
Twitter graphics best practices
If you tweet posts with high-quality graphics, your brand will stand out in your audience’s or potential customers’ Twitter feed. Let’s discuss some ideas for Twitter posts with graphics.
Create your own images
If you download and use images from the stock photo libraries accessible to everyone, there will be no such uniqueness. As much as possible, create your own images for your Twitter posts. Your audience will remember your unique creations.
Infuse the vibe of your personal brand or business into your Twitter post designs. In case you don’t have the time, resources, or the budget to invest in a professional photographer as of now, incorporate your brand elements into your graphics for Twitter.
Be consistent with your brand’s color palette
If you want to build an engaging community, you need to communicate effectively what your brand or business is about. So do it not only with the choice of words but also through the tone, color, and overall branding. It’s important to maintain visual consistency on Twitter or any other social media platforms to ensure that your brand message stands out in the audiences’ Twitter feed.
While your unique and memorable graphics will get your brand noticed by your audiences, consistent color palettes will help them recognize your personal brand or business immediately.
Add your logo or website address to your images
Will you feel bad if someone else uses the images you created thoughtfully? Definitely yes! Once it’s out there online, it’s difficult to track whether it’s getting repurposed by someone else.
In this context, Twitter suggests that,
“Make sure everyone instantly knows an image is yours, even when it’s Retweeted by your followers (or target audience) to users who are less familiar with your business. Place your business’s name or Twitter handle on your media and ensure potential customers can always trace their steps back to you.”
How to make Twitter Posts using DocHipo?
All you need to customize Twitter post templates in DocHipo is your good design sense, and you are great to go. When your design ideas meet the right tools, nothing can stop you from creating eye-catching tweets that drive engagements. Let’s walk you through a step-by-step process on how you can design your own Twitter Posts in DocHipo.
STEP 1: Choose a Twitter Post Template
The first thing you need to do is sign up to DocHipo for free, and a smooth designing experience is waiting for you. Don’t worry; a credit card is not required.
Once you sign up, you’ll see three icons on the leftmost side- templates, documents, and recycle bin. You can explore a wide range of professionally designed templates from there. Or else, you can also search for a specific template in the search bar. We’ll search Twitter Post for now.
You can find the designs you create after selecting the document icon.
The Twitter Post Templates are categorized into three different themes such as fashion, food, and travel.
Choose whichever Twitter Post Template theme you need to work on.
If you wish, you have the option to design your Twitter Posts from scratch. Once you hover over the template you like, you will see two options to appear- preview and select and then choose accordingly.
After finalizing the template, you want to customize, add a document name and a brief description if you want, and then click on the ‘Next’ button.
STEP 2: Customize the Twitter Post Template you have chosen
You have the full authority and flexibility to customize the template as DocHipo gives wings to your design ideas. Let’s explore it in much more detail.
You will find the text and text frame widgets on the left side panel.
The text widget is categorized into – Heading, Subheading, and body text. To add a text to the template, click on any options. Also, to edit an existing text, double click on the same and change it. You can re-position it with the easy-to-use drag and drop tool.
Once you select a text, you’ll see multiple text editing options like changing the text font family, font size, alignment, color, and so much more.
Now, below the text widget, you’ll find the ‘Graphics and Media’ widget. Look at the multiple widgets under the ‘Graphics and Media’ tab.
Let’s experiment with the ‘Pictures’ widget, which you’ll find under the ‘Graphics and Media’ tab itself.
DocHipo offers you a wide variety of high-quality images, that you can choose from either the search box or the drop-down menu.
Simply drag the picture that aligns with your context and drop it on the existing one, and it will automatically get replaced. Then you can adjust its position using the drag and drop editor itself.
If you need to remove the background of the picture you just uploaded, right-click on the image and select the ‘Remove Background’ option from the dropdown menu.
Now click on the ‘Remove’ button.
Once the background is removed, click on the ‘Insert’ button.
If you need to display your product images, you can upload them first through the ‘Uploads’ widget within the ‘Graphics and Media’ tab and then upload them by clicking on the ‘Upload Images’ button.
For customizing the background of your Twitter Post design, you have two different options. You can experiment with and choose from the various image backgrounds available for you.
Also, you can try the custom color backgrounds by clicking on the color icon. Experiment with the range of theme colors and custom color backgrounds.
Edit other elements
As shown above, there are other widgets like illustrations, shapes, icons, etc., that you can experiment with. So go ahead and enjoy your creative freedom with DocHipo.
Read The Ultimate Guide to Using the DocHipo Editor to get more familiar with it.
STEP 3: Download your Twitter Post design
After you feel delighted with your Twitter Post design, you’ll get multiple options for your next step. Click on the three horizontal dots to preview it once to be sure if everything is alright, and then you can download it.
Choose your file type and quality as needed, and click on the ‘Download’ button.
You can also save your DocHipo designs to Mailchimp with just a click.
I hope you have developed some ideas or got inspiration through the demonstration of how to design a Twitter post. Also, the insights you gained will help you build a visual content strategy for your Twitter. Sign up to DocHipo now to explore the stunning Twitter Post templates, all the widgets, and features. You’ll get the hang of DocHipo within just a few days. So make use of this Twitter Post maker tool to take your tweets to the next level.