Visage, a self-described design tool for content marketers, has released an update of its platform that should make it much easier for publishers to create charts and graphics - assets that are in high demand among enterprises and consumers.
One of the issues that arises out of developing richer and more interactive content is that it can be both time consuming and expensive to do. Visage could fit in nicely with those enterprises demanding a relatively good quality of completed product and a small price tag (Visage’s services are offered on a subscription basis ranging from the basics for free, through $9 to $99 depending on the range of services required.).
So, what's new in Visage 3.0? Let's take a look at some of the highlights:
+ Visage integrates with Unsplash and The Noun Project, providing its users access to 150,000 icons and thousands of stock photos (all of which are free).
+ Users of the design tool can create brand color sets with up to 15 colors and entire font families with up to 18 styles and weights. Fonts can be uploaded directly, or added from Google fonts.
+ Visage users can now edit in free-form, moving and resizing any content (text, images, charts) anywhere on the canvas as a group or as an individual asset.