Jam Ceasar Carballo, a digital artist from the Local Congregation of Dumaguete City, served as the resource speaker. “First, I tackled the basic concepts like software, terminologies, interface, and tools. In the second part, I described the color theory and explained the details one by one. I also taught the brethren how to make the design more beautiful. The last part is the demonstration, where I showed examples of a graphic design,” he said.
About the activity, Jared James Villanueva, a Binhi officer from the Local Congregation of Farmville, expressed: “The activity gave us knowledge in graphic design that we can apply in making our school projects.”
Besides school projects, Mary Joy, from the Local Congregation of Heritage Site, said, “We can use the knowledge that we gained in making presentations for our Church activities, such as our monthly meetings, so that we can communicate with the brethren even better.” — With reports from INC News Section