This article was published on October 18, 2019

This $39 app will have you producing brilliant marketing graphics in minutes

This $39 app will have you producing brilliant marketing graphics in minutes
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TLDR: For $39, Design Wizard Pro offers templates, images and other elements to make all your marketing materials look professional grade.

We’re all born with a finite set of skills. And if you’re already a talented entrepreneur, engaging seller and an effective communicator, then there’s a good chance your skills don’t necessarily extend all the way out to include gifted graphic designer as well.

Thankfully, you can help mitigate some of those shortcomings and bolster your digital publishing game with the help of a lifetime subscription to Design Wizard Pro. You can pick it up now for only $39, over 90 percent off its retail price, from TNW Deals.

Rather than dumping hours into trying to make sure all your business emails and social media posts are just right, Design Wizard Pro offers up tons of pre-prepared templates and other design elements that can shave your creation time down to minutes.

Design Wizard helps you sort through over 30,000 design options to find just the right format, layout and color palette for your media of choice, then serves up everything you need to create a high-quality product on par with professional advertising or PR firm work.

Their stockpile of elements is truly massive, including more than 1.2 million available licensed images, thousands of illustrations and graphics, 120 free fonts, and even a growing HD video archive, all easily usable in any of your marketing projects.

Once you’ve finalized your work, Design Wizard also makes it easy to share it directly to a host of different platforms from industry leaders like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to niche locations like Intercom, Hubspot, Marketo, Buffer and more. 

Design Wizard Pro takes the heavy lifting of creating marketing materials off your shoulders — which should make this limited time $39 price tag (more than $500 off the regular price) pretty enticing.

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