Canva’s Key Role in Yearbook Design


In the 2021-2022 school year, students, teachers, and staff alike will all experience a “new normal” as we go back to in-person learning. This is, of course, a positive—after all, we’ve missed seeing each other face-to-face, and are probably experiencing technological burnout. However, this shift back to in-person learning does not eliminate the potential for unavoidable changes and adjustments to our plans. We still need to be able to pivot and alter our ideas, which requires accessibility and ease of use when ideating and creating our yearbooks.

In the 2021-2022 school year, students, teachers, and staff alike will all experience a “new normal” as we go back to in-person learning.
Because of its convenience, accessibility, and vast library of images, Canva is a great tool to take advantage of in order to maximize our collective creativity.

Because of this persistent reality, Canva (or an equivalent app) should play a key role in creating yearbooks this upcoming school year. Canva is a free tool that helps you design graphics and search for hundreds of royalty-free clip art, backgrounds, and photographs. It’s is easy to use, is accessible to everyone with a smartphone or computer, and has a wide variety of designs, fonts, and colors to use and be creative with. Because of its convenience, accessibility, and vast library of images, Canva is a great tool to take advantage of in order to maximize our collective creativity.


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David Wong, United Yearbook

David Wong is a senior student at Biola University, majoring in Business Management. He is a Marketing Coordinator Intern for United Yearbook, which is a subsidiary company of TSE Worldwide Press. He utilizes his experiences in business as well as his passions and personality to make an impact with this role.