A brand-new user interface and varied design options may boost creativity for artists as per experts. Customers will get more options for making new posters, media offerings and flyers with Canon U.S.A. confirming its online PosterArtist version. The free online application offers two core pathways at the top for getting access to creating posters, enabling end-user choices for selecting from diverse applications on the basis of the chosen format while also retaining the option to select from several pre-designed templates in turn.

The templates come in several themes including retail, food and beverage, sale and more. Shinichi Yoshida, the executive vice president and general manager at Canon U.S.A. Inc, stated that customers can build attractive new posters with this online version while tapping into their creativity and artistic vision alike. The new version will also enhance the value of existing devices from Canon since the flyers and posters may be easily printed via compatible PIXMA, imagePROGRAF, imagePRESS, imageCLASS, imageRUNNER ADVANCE and MAXIFY printers from Canon.

PosterArtist helps users at all levels to make professional banners, posters and other signage. The application offers pre-designed templates in categories like business, education, health, hospitality, travel and others. The application accounts for both personal and business users while syncing with the requirements of content creators. The free application runs on both Mac and Windows platforms while offering support to compatible Canon devices. There is a new user interface for the online version along with superior user experiences. Users can now tweak the backgrounds, text and photographs of their chosen templates. There is also a function named Auto Design which helps with the generation of design ideas on the basis of selection of user categories and themes. Customers can add silver or gold textures for text, backgrounds and graphics for instance. Four textured look aside, users may select images from third-party photo providers via Unsplash, Pexels and Pixabay.

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