Shutterstock’s end-to-end online design solution, Editor, is out of beta and launching four essential new features to make design effortless for small business owners, social media managers, and digital marketers who need to quickly create high-quality visual content.
With the role of marketers and social media managers expanding to include the creation of more and more visual content, they now have less and less time to create compelling, visual content.
Shutterstock Editor is a simple, online editing tool to help this new generation of hybrid creative marketers do their job faster.
With Shutterstock Editor, users can:
- Personalise designs by uploading a logo or business images
- Publish designs directly to a blog or social media
- Access professionally designed templates
- Save designs for additional editing or publishing later
“We are thrilled to launch Editor out of beta with four new features that propel the application from a simple photo editing tool to a design application serving the visual needs of busy marketers and small business owners,” said Jon Oringer, Shutterstock’s founder and CEO.
“Shutterstock Editor enables our customers to quickly create high-quality visual content to promote their product or business without needing prior design education or additional software.”
To learn more, try Shutterstock Editor here.
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