What better way to voice out your political views and opinions, than to use Canva – the easiest graphics design software available for free. It has a paid subscription option, but the free version is enough for me.
Canva is like PhotoShop – but is so much easier to use. You just have to select if you’re making a post for Instagram, Facebook, flyer, etc. Next, you just have to search for the theme that you want for your project like beach, quote, photography, travel, etc.
Editing of the template is easy. Just click on the text, select the font size and style, as well as the color and alignment. You can group/ungroup the texts for easier placement. Once a project is complete, simply click on Download to save the design.
Another thing I like about Canva is the ability to save the design online. It’s also easy to edit previous projects. Canva also has a mobile version that is sync to the PC version. Both designs are saved on the same account.
I’ve been using it mostly to make announcement posts to our photography club. I’m also using it to add “flavor” to my opinions about current events.
Check out some of my recent statements:
Mania Bay’s dolomite project
Reno liver spreads’ issue with FDA
Covid19 death cases continues to soar
Tatay Dig’s decision to appoint an ex-NBI head to lead PhilHealth
Pemberton’s absolute pardon