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Design platform launches new ‘women at work’ stock images

In celebration of International Women’s Day, design platform Canva has released a new collection of design templates and free stock photography featuring its own employees who volunteered as models.

Colorful design templates that celebrate women.
The photo collection, entitled Canva Studio Women, showcases Canva’s women at work, building on this year’s theme of #GenerationEquality which highlights the importance of a collective effort to forge a path towards gender equality. 

“With over 70 percent of women feeling underrepresented in everyday images in the media, our new stock photography collection aims to shine a light on the amazing diversity of women in the workplace,” shared Canva studio curator Elle Hughes. 

Hughes added, “We have so many talented women in Canva—what better way to showcase a diverse team than through a fun photoshoot—and then giving it away as a completely free stock photo collection?” she added. 

Canva releases a collection of stock images featuring women at work, with its own employees as models.
Yani Hornilla-Donato, country manager of Canva Philippines said, “Since inception, Canva has placed a key focus on diversity and inclusion. Having our employees in the Manila office be part of this shows how committed we are to empower women and provide them with a platform to freely express themselves.” 

Canva has also released an additional 50 design templates, encouraging its design community around the world to celebrate women this International Women’s Day. 

Topics: International Women’s Day , Canva , Canva Studio Women , #GenerationEquality , Elle Hughes
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