Twitter’s recommended guidelines for header images.

  • Header photo recommended dimensions are 1500px by 500px
  • Photos can be in any of the following formats: JPG, GIF, or PNG. (Twitter does not support animated GIFs for profile or header images.)

However, you need to account for your profile picture and the “invisible area”., fortunately for you, we got you covered. When choosing a template, you can pick your design and be sure that it will look good on the twitter website.

Just keep in mind that you should leave empty space at the top and bottom of your header photo and on the bottom left corner to account for profile pictures and different screen resolutions.

How to make it

With Seedtale you can make your header just the way you picture it without much struggle. Our way is the easiest and fastest, you don’t need to be an expert to make your header look clean and professional.

You don’t even have to go through the headache of making everything yourself, with Seedtale you can choose a customizable, pre-sized Twitter Header template. You can find them in the twitter design area just by clicking in the “twitter header” link.

Just with a quick 5 minutes and you are done !

Here is a step by step

1. Start by going to the twitter area and clicking on the twitter header option

2. You can choose a design, all of them are customizable.

3. The designs are entirely customizable. You can swap out stock photos, and add in (or eliminate) both design elements like shapes and graphics, and text.

4. When you are happy with what you created you can view how it would look like on desktop by clicking on the monitor icon.

Head on to our Header tab and let your creativity flow!

How to pick a design

The options are endless. You should choose a design that represents your brand and yourself. A clean and straight-forward header is the best.

If you are the face of the business, you can benefit from using a picture of you in your header, since it will make users connect and relate more, thus so boosting your business.

You can also take the opportunity and use your header as a marketing strategy, to sell a product or promote an event.

As you can see, the banner you choose is very important, the way you portrait your business will have an impact on it.

Do’s and Dont’s

You need to bear in mind that Twitter is accessible to all, and though that is good for business, it also means that there are a few practises you should keep in mind to have a strong header, representative of your business.

 -Utilize whitespace

If you’re using graphics or a designed image of any type, use whitespace (or negative space) to your advantage. This helps keep your header looking clean and organized. This gives it that high-quality look professional images have.

 – Use the right sizing and grammar on your text

The worst thing that could happen is having a word misspelled, or not even being able to read the text. It’s important not to have your text too small, proper grammar.

You should try as well not to place any important info in those spaces that we know that won’t show when you upload the header.

-Use your header to share other social media and/or events

You want the other social media info to be noticeable so that the users can visit you in other platforms, or promote an event or product.

– Make a clean, simple design

A clean and simple design is easier to do and overall prettier.

Final thoughts

Nowadays Twitter is such an important platform for businesses, big and small, the header you choose should stand out to users and be credible. People should be able to look at your header and  be interested in knowing more about your business.

Thanks to Seedtale you have the opportunity to make your own twitter header without trouble in a very easy and efficient way. 

Don’t forget to change it, once in a while. You can come back to Seedtale anytime you want and create a new header. You can also go on our blog about Social Media or just head straight to our website and choose other designs you might need or want!

Empower your design experience!

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