If you’re presenting your SWOT analysis to a company, or if it forms part of a larger company report, you’ll want to make sure that it aligns with the company’s look and feel by using company colors throughout your design.
Editing and choosing colors in Canva is easy-peasy. Just select the element that you’d like to customize, click the color selection tool and choose whatever color you like. If you know the exact color that you need, all you need to do is type in the color hex code.
Instead of purely using lines and text, why not communicate your ideas with striking images, icons and illustrations? Add some flair to your design with Canva’s extensive library of over 1 million images, illustrations, graphics and icons. Simply drag and drop the images that catch your eye, then resize and position them where you’d like them. You can even upload your own custom images, such as the logo of your company or your competitors.
You can also change the color of text, backgrounds and design elements to reflect your company’s look and feel. If you are a Canva for work subscriber you can also upload your own custom fonts and apply them to any of your designs for a cohesive and professional look.
In order to create a truly detailed SWOT analysis that takes all aspects of an organization or business in consideration, it’s best to get input from various team members or departments within your company.
Fortunately, collaborating on a Canva design won’t cause any headaches—it’s as simple as sending a link to your team. Click the “Share” button on the upper right corner of the page and give them either viewing or editing access. Your colleagues will then be able to access your design and add their own edits anytime, using any computer, iPhone, iPad or Android device.