Online design tool Canva and cloud storage and collaboration service Dropbox are widely used by small businesses, so it's not surprising that the companies are making their services work more closely together.
Australia-based Canva makes it relatively easy to create a variety of printed and online materials such as brochures, business cards, banners, presentations and Twitter headers. It does this by providing a wide range of professionally created templates, along with resources such as fonts and images.
Dropbox is perhaps the best-known service for file synchronisation, cloud storage and collaboration tools.
New integrations between Canva and Dropbox will soon allow content and images stored in Dropbox to be added directly to Canva, and for Canva documents to be distributed via Dropbox.
Getty Images and iStock have recently provided an integration with Dropbox so that their customers can move purchased images and videos directly into Dropbox, and the Canva-Dropbox integration will make it easy to use them in Canva projects.