This is probably more of a niche type of ad. It's a placeholder image of a color grading software, probably Davinci Resolve or something. Of course you could just replace the image but if you have the time to look for better images you probably have the time to do your own ad designs.
Do you know how hard is to actually make this crap? You spend 20 minutes to look for a working images and another 20 minutes aligning s*it next to eachother so that it looks appealing. Of course you don't care.
Frequently asked questions:
8designers is a set of tools you can use to design ads for social media or for advertising campaigns
We design a template in 3 ad sizes. you can open one with the closest aspect ratio to the size you're looking for - then on the right panel you can add/pick your ad size and move the layers a bit until the content fits on the screen. We don't have the time nor the resources to design ads for every existing resolution, but with a bit of effort you can do it yourself. We belive in you!
I mean, for SEO purposes I decided to write a few paragraphs about each ad template. Now since probably no one is going to read it I just gave up on life and decided to just write whatever I felt like. Most of it is just retarded stuff. And I don't really know how SEO works, so..
we constantly add new templates, so there's never a fixed number
you open an ad page, click on one of the banners and start editing in the browser with our free editor
at the moment you can't animate ads
What can I do with this FREE ad template?
You can easily resize it to fit any ad resolution
You can download it as png or as svg and use it for your campaigns
You can customize the text, colors, fonts and images
You can use the ad templates with no restrictions, however you like
You can print it on a piece of paper, forget about it for a few days and then find it and throw it in the bin
It's literally a free banner template, does it even matter if you can do stuff with it or not?
8designers helps you generate ads for your advertising campaigns. it's also a great place to find guides and tutorials for popular design tools like Figma, Canva and Adobe XD.