Culture by Design: Watch Brooklyn Tea Achieve Its Design Goals with the Help of Canva & Brittany Bosco

Jamila and Alfonso Wright of Brooklyn Tea Work With Canva and Brittany Bosco to Improve Their Graphic Design, Online Branding, Logos, and Other Artwork

Every successful small business has deep roots in its community. In order to thrive, small businesses need to find ways to collaborate as teams, creating authentic branding and eye-catching visuals that exemplify who they are within the culture and the community. For Jamila and Alfonso Wright, founders of Bed-Stuy based Brooklyn Tea, finding the time to work on their business’s design and branding has been a challenge. “As entrepreneurs, we have all the things to do and none of the time to do it,” Jamila explains. 

Due to the demands of running three different locations, the Wrights are in need of design support to help them achieve their vision for the future of Brooklyn Tea.

Thankfully, Canva is here to help. The end-to-end visual communications and collaboration platform, on a mission to empower the world to design, offers a vast range of templates ranging from presentations, social media graphics, and videos to a huge library of fonts, stock photography, illustrations, and audio clips — anyone can bring their creative vision to life. With the guidance of Creative Director and Designer, Brittany Bosco, Brooklyn Tea embraces Canva’s suite of tools to create beautiful designs and maintain brand consistency. As founder of the Slug Global creative agency, Bosco credits Canva with helping her start her business, using its templates to land partnerships and clients, even acknowledging the company for helping set her up “for success.” 

To see more of Bosco using Canva to help the Wrights and Brooklyn Tea utilize the power of visual communication, check out this video, where you’ll learn why Alfonso says, “Canva is going to help us to create elevated design more consistently.” After all, that’s the name of the game.

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