Canva is an online graphic design platform that provides users with a wide range of templates, fonts, and images to use for their projects. With Canva, users can create stunning visuals for their websites and social media accounts.
Canva also offers a library of elements for users to use in their designs. These elements include illustrations, icons, shapes, and more. But can you use these elements commercially?
The short answer is yes, you can use Canva elements commercially. However, there are some restrictions and guidelines to be aware of before using them.
First of all, it’s important to note that only certain types of elements are available for commercial use. These include illustrations, icons, and shapes that are marked as “for commercial use” when you search through the library.
If you want to use any other type of element that isn’t marked as “for commercial use” then you will need to purchase a Pro subscription which grants access to all available elements in the library. It’s also important to remember that when using Canva elements commercially you must attribute the original source of the element in your design or website.
In addition, if you plan on using any Canva elements for reselling purposes then it is essential that you have permission from the original author or copyright holder before doing so. You should always make sure that any artwork used complies with copyright laws.
Canva offers a wide range of elements for users to use in their designs and most of these can be used commercially with some restrictions and guidelines in place. It’s important to note that only certain types of elements are available for commercial use without having a Pro subscription while other types require a Pro subscription in order to be used commercially. Additionally, it’s important to always attribute the original source of any element used and ensure they comply with copyright laws before attempting to resell them.