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Showing posts with label canva. crello. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Create Free Logos with DesignEvo

DesignEvo, from PearlMountain, is a free online logo maker. PearlMountain has been designing software for over a decade and is working to make professional photo editing and graphic design tools accessible to everyone.

The DesignEvo library has one million icons to choose from as well as hundreds of text fonts and shapes. This product features powerful editing tools which allow you to change the layout of a design with one click, stretch text, and easily drag elements of the design around until you are satisfied with your design. There is also a preview button which allows you to see your design on business cards, letterhead, teeshirts, and other spaces where you might use your design.

All you have to do to use your design for free is give credit to DesignEvo by sharing your logo on your blog, website, or posting about it on one of your social media channels.

Other tools that students can use to create logos are Canva and Crello.

Applications for Education
Students could use this site to design logos for different class projects like creating a family crest in social studies or designing a logo with specific geometric details for math class. Students could also design images for infographics.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Crello - A Good Option for Creating Graphics

Crello is a free platform that bears a striking resemblance to Canva. Like Canva, Crello offers a variety of free design templates that you can customize with stock imagery and clip art or with images of your own that you upload to your Crello account. All of your designs can be downloaded as PDF, JPG, or PNG files to re-use as you see fit.

Applications for Education
Crello is a tool that you could have students use to create posters, infographics, and collages about the subjects that they research in your class. You might also use Crello to create graphics to share on social media to promote a school event. I published an extensive post about using graphics to promote school events.