I have been feeling really creative lately. I don’t know if it’s because I haven’t been doing as many freelance projects recently as I have in the past or if I just really miss designing, but that seems to be what takes up a lot of my thoughts lately.
And for some reason, whenever I start creating a digital piece these days, it usually revolves around social media, be it Facebook photos, Twitter backgrounds, blog tweaks, Google+ banners, etc. I love the customization you can do on these channels to really make it your own.
So I made some more Facebook cover photos. There’s really nothing better than a great cover photo to make your profile really pop. It literally makes me cringe when I see cover photos that are distorted, pixelated, undetectable, etc. I guess it’s the designer in me that gets how these things work, which makes me upset when I see poor cover photos.
All of these designs were made with flat design in mind, which is all the rage these days. You know when Apple jumps on the bandwagon (iOS 7, anyone) that something is cool. They’re also perfectly formatted and sized to be crispy clear on your page, and won’t interfere with anything else that overlays on the cover photo. The icons come courtesy of Studio4.
You’re free to download any or all of these and use freely on Facebook. All I ask is that you (1) share this blog post with your friends using the social sharing features at the bottom of this post, (2) follow along on bloglovin’ or feedly, and/or (3) give my blog a like on Facebook, or follow me on Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram.
To download, click on the image to be taken to the full-size version, and then control click (or right click on a PC) and save the image(s) to your computer, and then upload it to Facebook. Everything is sized perfectly so no cropping or stretching is necessary.
Thanks, friends! I hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoyed creating them.
Have you seen any other great cover photo designs? Post a link in the comments—I’d love to see!