Put your brand front and center with Canva’s free online banner maker. Give your social media profiles a sleek and professional look with a few clicks.
Making an online banner with Canva is easy. Whether you’re wanting to dress up your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or LinkedIn profile, our drag-and-drop editor allows you to customize thousands of free banner templates to match your brand’s visual identity—you choose the layout, colors, font, and images. And with preset template sizes for every online platform, you’ll get the perfect dimensions every time.
You’ve worked hard to build your business, and Canva’s online banner maker is here to help you communicate your brand story to the world. Upload your own images and logos then easily drag-and-drop them into any banner template. You can customize your banner further by finding your brand colors in the editor and using them in any of your designs.
Forget that a Facebook Cover Photo is 851 x 315 pixels or that your Twitter Banner needs to be 1500 x 500 px. With Canva’s banner maker, you can browse and customize your web banner for any platform, and instantly download high-resolution graphics in any format (JPEG, PNG, PDF).
Online banners are the first thing your audience sees when clicking onto your profile, so it’s important to make a lasting first impression. With thousands of sleek templates in preset dimensions, 2 million royalty-free images, and easy drag-and-drop functions, designing a custom online banner is easy and time-efficient. Once you’ve created a banner you’re happy with, easily repurpose your design for other online platforms within a few clicks.
A good web banner includes a few key elements:
Be sure your images, colors and text are on-brand so that you make a lasting impression.
Each platform has its own recommended sizes for web banners. A Twitter banner is typically 1500 x 500 px, while a Tumblr banner is 3,000 x 1055 px. With the right tools, you can change the size of the banner you have to fit any platform.
Choosing the right file format for your web banner depends on its design. If your banner contains illustrations without any photos, go for a PNG. If your banner includes photos, a JPG file works best. For animated banners, a GIF usually does the job.