While we built the tool to be fairly intuitive, we want to make sure you have the resources you need to get started. So beginning today and continuing through the month of October, we’ll be posting “Tutorial Tuesday” blog posts to highlight important aspects of the tool.
This week, we’ll give you a general overview of the tool and show you how to add text and tags to your projects. Over the next few weeks, we’ll post on additional topics such as making your projects more interactive with motion, making them more beautiful with design elements, and transforming your work into rich media ad creative.
When you first download Google Web Designer, you’ll want to get to know the interface. With Google Web Designer, you can:
- Start designing immediately with familiar menus and panels
- Design the way you like by toggling between Design view and Code view
- Test your work in a number of browsers with the Preview button
- Get your work on the ad networks of your choice by publishing your projects