It’s a form of social media conversation. It’s obvious, right? So I don’t think there’s anything else to explain.
If you want to refer to the design section, you can search the web for related images and so on, so you can refer to the specific
I thought about when to use this design.
I thought it would be fun to create a page that quotes a certain phrase, or to make the results of a survey into this configuration.
It’s going to be a way of asking questions and answering questions, so I think it’ll suit you well.
If you have a more detailed power point design, it would be best to use the shape of your phone, right?
If you’re going to use a container, you can just write down the icon, but if you want to shade the bottom part like me, you can just make it right away through the shape, so you can try it yourself.
After all, since shapes are the basis for building and building designs at PowerPoint, practicing and using them will help you develop your senses and get used to them.