14 apps to help you create visual content that pops

If there is one thing I learnt when I was a teacher, it is this: Most people respond better to visual cues. Why? Because pictures and videos are processed much faster by the brain than text.

Online, in particular, skimming reigns supreme. People rarely read or watch an entire piece of content, even if the title is appealing.

Looking for tools to help make your stuff more visual and interactive? Check out the list below.

Do you use other tools? Feel free to share them in the comment section. I will add them to the list.

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Comments

  1. says

    Bookmarked the page :)

    I have been thinking about using images in my blog posts (In the past, I didn’t pay much attention to images. I did use them, but I didn’t use them effectively).

    I do love playing around with tools/apps – and I will definitely check these apps :)

    Thanks for sharing, Cendrine. Have a wonderful weekend!

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