Looking to give your business some character?

[FREE MASTERCLASS] 5 must-know tips for small business owners designing their own business graphics

Join GigSuper and Jacqui from White Deer Design to learn how to create your own business graphics, even if you have ZERO creative bones in your body. (Practical Canva demonstration included!)

Do you want to attract more clients and be proud of your visual brand?

The visual identity of your brand is one of the most important ingredients of your business. If you don’t look the part, no matter what you do, the people won’t flock to you.

But when you’re juggling all the balls in your business, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or even out of your depth with visual design.

Canva looks easy from the outside, but you might feel like your graphics are still falling flat because design isn’t your core skill set.

That’s why our guest host, Jacqui from White Deer will share her graphic design know-how with you – and even dive into a practical Canva demonstration on how to create a social post to announce something for your business.

Here’s what you’ll learn from this free masterclass:

  • The 5 things you need to know before you even think about designing your business graphics
  • How you can go from a bland and forgettable brand to a stand out sensation (without forking out a heap of money to branding agencies and designers)
  • How to create simple graphics that become magnets for your ideal audience
  • Create a systemised approach to designing (without having to brainstorm and come up with fresh ideas every time you open up Canva!)
  • Plus heaps more!

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    Jacqui Naunton is the founder at White Deer. She’s on a mission to help less ‘design-savvy’ business owners get what they need to be their own creatives. Jacqui guides self-employed people, businesses and brands through the power of DIY-ing their design.

    Branka Injac Misic is an entrepreneur obsessed with creating great experiences. She co-founded GigSuper on the simple idea that you shouldn't need to be a finance expert to do super properly when you’re self-employed.