138 total views, 1 views today
It looks like Microsoft is gradually expanding the range of software revolving around Windows 11. After the arrival of Clipchamp dedicated to video editing, the development of One Outlook for email and a voice recorder for recording audio, it’s the graphic design world’s turn to prepare to welcome a new app: Designer. If you are familiar with the Canva platform, which allows you to create fairly complex visuals and flyers in just a few clicks, then you will probably be interested in Microsoft Designer. The first screenshots were leaked on the web at the initiative of the leaker WalkingCat, who is generally familiar with what the American giant hides in its chests.Therefore, in the program, a graphic design tool intertwined between PowerPoint and Publisher that would make it possible to design posters, invitation cards, flyers, etc. From graphic creations to be printed or shared on social networks. The interface seems to be in line with the tools currently published by the American giant with relatively few menus but easily recognizable functions. There are obviously ready-to-use templates designed specifically for posts on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, internal social network, photo libraries, etc.