New software offers easily accessible design templates
on Friday,April 01,2011 18:04
Graphic design students may be interested in a new software that simplifies the creation of flyers, brochures and certificates. The product, which is called Easy Flyer Creator 3.0, is aimed toward business owners. However, it may also be useful for individuals who have limited to no computer knowledge.
The template creator offers image cropping, filters and masking for people who have more extensive backgrounds in computers. In addition, it can also operate on several different types of devices.
Prospective graphic designers may want to understand software that they may use in their jobs before entering the field. In addition, it may be important to expand one's skill set. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a portfolio is the best way for an employer to distinguish the type of designer an individual is. This collection of documents may illustrate that an individual pays attention to detail and is able to communicate his or her visions on paper as well as through conversation.
By: Jasmine Bennett
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