This is by far the best feature in RelayThat, otherwise known as One Click Resize.
In the Layouts tab, you can choose the size that you require and make some tweaks to it (or not) and your design is ready for download.
As I mentioned earlier, once you have set up your main elements (logo, photos, icons) and chosen your colors, they are all saved and added to the console.
In Layouts, you simply choose what you need, for example, an Instagram Story, a Pinterest pin, or for Twitter. Don’t stop there as you can also use the templates for business cards, or use it to for advertisement creatives.
This tab is a great place to start, as it gives you so many ideas about color pairings and beautiful font types. If you are totally clueless or need some inspiration, this is the perfect tool to help you out.
While you select each color or font type, it appears live in the “work area”, so you know exactly how the end product will look like at any time.
3. Headline Generator:
Another skill sorely lacking for most beginners is copywriting. While RelayThat cannot exactly solve that problem for you, it does have a cool feature that can generate a bunch of Headlines for you to use.
If you didn’t know by now, headlines are absolutely critical as they capture the attention of the audience and gets them through the door. If a headline is boring and does not bring benefits to the readers, it is likely they will not read what you have to offer, be it a landing page or an article or a video.
There are a few free tools online that can do this, but having it integrated into RelayThat is absolutely awesome. The generator is powerful enough to compete with established tools like CoSchedule.
4. Stock Photo Library:
Another problem solved by RelayThat! Finding photos to add to your designs can be a pain in the ass, and many times you have to search across several sites. You need to find stock photos that don’t suck, and RelayThat contains over 3 million royalty free photos you can use! Lifesaver!
While PixaBay is awesome, it only has 1.8 million photos, so the value RelayThat brings is tremendous.