Date/Time: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016, 9:45-10:45 a.m.
Introducing the graphics creating tool, Canva. It is an online platform that allows communicators to create beautiful graphics for all different social media platforms and more. A lot of government agencies cannot afford to hire a graphic designer, and unless communicators know how to use Adobe products such as Photoshop or InDesign we’re often left with less than par graphics. Canva is the simplified solution.
About the Speaker(s):
Brittany (Ritzi) Foust, City of Corona
Brittany has served the City of Corona, California as a Community Information Specialist since January 2013 and has expanded the City’s communication mediums to the city’s 160,000+ residents through robust social media programs, press releases, a community blog, and the development of a mobile app. She manages the day to day operations and management of social media pages for the City as well as the Corona Police and Fire Departments. Brittany holds a master’s degree in Organizational Communication from Cal Baptist University and a bachelor’s degree in communication from Cal Poly Pomona. She’s a firm believer in the Oxford Comma.