iPad Apps to Help You Create Beautiful Graphics for Your Class
Integrating visuals in your instruction can help a lot with your students learning. Besides the cognitive fact that visually represented data is easily processed by the brain, there is also the fact that visually processed information can be easily recalled and memorized. With the prevalence of web tools and mobile apps anyone now can design beautiful visuals without having prior knowledge of graphic design. The process, in most cases, is simple and easy: select a pre-designed template of your own choice, customize it with your data, and generate a shareable version of your visual. And if you would rather use your iPad to create visuals, here are some of our favourite apps we recommend in this regard. Check them out below and share with us your feedback.
‘Create beautiful designs and professional graphics with Canva. Whether it’s a photo editor, pic collage, logo, invitation or poster maker you’re looking for — Canva makes graphic design easy. Canva is available on your iPhone, iPad and computer so you can create, edit and share your designs when it suits you most.’2- Pic Collage‘Choose from hundreds of photo grid layouts and sizes, exclusive stickers, cute background patterns and textures, and draw on your collages with “Doodle”!’3-Adobe Photoshop Express‘Adobe Photoshop Express Collages feature combines powerful Photoshop editing and quick Style Transfer to help you create studio-caliber collages in just 5-7 taps. Photoshop Express Collages gives you flexibility and control of images ranging from border size, color, individual pan, and zoom. ’4- VanillaPen – Poster maker‘Vanillapen is a powerful tool that will transform your regular posts into creative posters within seconds. Whether you need to update your status, write a quote, design a poster for your blog, send a photo message or wish someone a happy birthday, Vanillapen is just a tap away.’5- Poster Maker‘Mix and combine unlimited combinations of text and artwork and create the best poster art for your social media channels.’ Reproduced from this page