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Release Notes September 2023

Renée Meloche
Renée Meloche
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Introducing DesignAI for Infographics 🤖

Generate customizable design templates with a prompt

Create customizable infographics just by typing your specifications into our DesignAI (Beta) Infographic Generator.  

A widget appears over the top of the Venngage templates page with the heading 'DesignAI Beta' and a chat bot widget below this. A conversation between a user and the bot appears in the window and the user has asked the bot to create a design showing a guide to TikTok. A preview of the design loads, with the heading 'Guide to TikTok' and two columns of three boxes each underneath, with headings like 'Intro to TikTok', 'Create TikToks' and 'TikTok Safety Tips'. The user clicks on the link beside the preview that reads 'Edit this infographic'. A new tab opens, showing the Guide to TikTok design template in the upgraded Venngage Editor.

Easily create templates with your own icons, text, and images. Just type in your prompt and let the DesignAI do its thing. Open the design in our upgraded Editor to make your final edits and save yourself the time and hassle of designing from scratch! 

NOTE: We're still working on making this generate as great as it can be! If you have any questions or suggestions about how it works, please email us at info@venngage.com.

Improvements to our upgraded Editor 🦾🌱

  • Responsive resizing of grouped items: Text boxes and shapes that are grouped together will both change length and height responsively when you adjust their size:

 

One of a series of two images, showing a side-by-side comparison of a peach square with a text box overlaying it. In the first version, the shape and text box are unselected, and both the text and shape appear in a rectangle that is longer than it is tall. The text appears in two lines. The second image shows the same shape and text box, now selected (both the shape and text have selection bounding boxes) and resized, so that the shape is slightly narrower and the text appears on three lines. 

One of a series of two images, showing a side-by-side comparison of a peach square with a text box overlaying it. In the first version, the shape and text box are unselected, and both the text and shape appear in a rectangle that is longer than it is tall. The text appears in two lines. The second image shows the same shape and text box, now selected (both the shape and text have selection bounding boxes) and resized, so that the shape is slightly longer and the text still appears on two lines. 

  • Add suffix and prefix to map labels so that you can see name and value labels together.

A close-up of a design canvas in the upgraded Editor shows a map of the United States with a dark to light blue gradient coloring the different states. On the right, the Edit Chart panel is open; the Labels heading in the panel is highlighted and underneath, two toggles, labelled 'Show name' and 'Show value' are in the 'On' position. On the map, each of the states is overlaid with both the state name and the value associated with it (e.g., 'Montana: 43, Nebraska: 89'). States with a higher value are depicted in darker shades of blue and states with a lighter value are lighter.

  • Background toolbar: The “Edit background” tool icon in the top toolbar now displays gradients and patterns in addition to colors.

A close-up of the top toolbar in the upgraded Editor. Slightly highlighted by a light blue background, the Edit Background icon is visible. It contains a gradient from white to light blue, which would reflect the gradient visible on the background of the design canvas.

 

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