As how we receive and exchange information evolves, it is important to hold on to the valuable lessons from the past and pull them forward with us. Incorporating the old and the new, learning from the past and improving to make a better future is known as progress.

Being able to adapt to new trends and modes of communication and education is essential for staying informed.

Taking this to heart, I was thinking about ways to combine the past with the present to relate to younger generations and I immediately thought of quote graphics. Taking a quote from an important, influential person and combining it with a visually stimulating image or text is much more engaging to a wider audience. The information being presented becomes much more digestible.

I decided to make my own quote graphics from some women I find very inspirational. You may recognize some of the women from a SlideShare presentation I made entitled Female Role Models. SlideShare is yet another example of a tool one can use to present information in a new, interesting, and comprehensible way.

I made the below quote graphics using Canva.com. Canva is an easy online tool to make all kinds of visual content, and you don’t have to be a wiz at graphic or digital design to make something that looks professional.

Kimberly Byrd

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Okay, so Benjamin Franklin isn’t a woman, but I love this quote and I wanted to make it into a quote graphic! And I’ve heard that he might have been a feminist!

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