No more ugly emojis! GenerateBanners.com now renders beautiful Apple-style emojis.
We support the latest emoji version: Emoji 13.1, released with Apple iOS 14.6.
More about the feature: https://www.generatebanners.com/changelog/moved-to-apple-style-emojis
When the included template library isn't enough, the no-code template editor enables you to create a customized template.
You can then generate many banners easily from your unique template.
More about the feature: https://www.generatebanners.com/changelog/new-template-editor
If you want to automate banner creation, it's best to have solid templates to start from.
We've added a new template that features a background image with a title, an author profile picture and the author name.
Enough talking, here is an example:
You can customize the image, text and profile picture and make this template your own on GenerateBanners.com.
This feature is changing how you can use GenerateBanners.com!
Previously you would:
Now you can:
This enabled me to add one simple open graph image on the whole website very easily!
I believe in releasing early and often. Instead of building forever by myself, I chose to release the half-finished website, and I've been doing small improvement ever since.
The launch was just a tweet: https://twitter.com/thibpat/status/1430919858829598732
This launch brought me 3 users, although only two of them actually created an image.
The best way to start a side project is to commit something to git! In April 2021, I've decided to start an API that generates images based on templates.
My main pain point was creating thumbnails for YouTube, but I did struggle with good social images for blog posts too.
It was always a pain for me to create open graph images for blog posts or even YouTube thumbnails for video series. I want to solve this issue for me and for hopefully many other folks!