March 27, 2020 at 09:20 pm
Manila Standard Lifestyle
In a bid to help in public information dissemination, Canva empowers public health organizations with Canva Pro whose features include access to more free diverse stock photos and illustrations, and ability to upload own font libraries and brand kits.
Further, its productivity booster, the Magic Resize button, can automatically turn any design format into a collection optimized for sharing across various channels such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, posters, presentations, and more.
The design platform also released #StopTheSpread graphics and templates, available in Filipino, which anyone can post and share online.
Canva’s in-house design team has also committed to volunteering its services to local organizations in need of further assistance with delivering effective visual communications.
The Enterprise team will aid in the design and graphic requirements of local government units, not for profit organizations, and hospitals who need to raise awareness about COVID-19.
Canva said, “The move comes in response to the surge of misinformation surrounding the virus, as public health organizations struggle to fight back against myths and rumors gaining traction online.”
“Canva’s mission is to always be a force for good. We’d like to champion our concept of bayanihan by tapping into our resources to help spread accurate information about COVID-19 and how people can protect themselves from it,” said Canva Philippines country manager Yani Hornilla-Donato.
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