If the answer to any of those questions is Yes, then read on.
If you are on a tight budget but want to get into graphic design and online publishing, then you have no doubt tried the free software routes of Canva, Pixlr, and others like PowerPoint (some cost). And there is absolutely nothing wrong with any of those programs. They all do the job well enough.
Being free (mostly) is their main feature though, and you often have to jump around a lot or convert file formats to get the job done. If you want better templates or extra features then you usually have to pay extra.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have just one program that does everything you need? You may even already have it, just not know how to use it to its full extent, or how to use it well enough to create low content books, graphics, covers, the whole shebang in this one program?
Hi, my name is Jayne Willingale and I’ve been using this software for several years now to produce all the graphics for my printables, templates, books and artwork. It’s called Affinity Designer and was the flagship program for Affinity’s publishing suite first launched in 2015.