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Create Classroom Posters

Create Classroom Posters
June 9, 2014 After we have learned how to create a classroom poster using Google Draw, I am introducing you today to another awesome web tool which will enable you to design gorgeous classroom visuals. This tool is called Pixteller . I have been tinkering with it for awhile and found it really worth using. This is particularly relevant for creating illustrated quotes and short posters for your class. Here is one I created for the purposes of this tutorial : Pixteller is completely free to use. There are actually two ways to creat a poster using Pixteller: The first method is to build it from scratch . Click on "create" button Set the image height Select the background you want by choosing from solid colour, Liniar Gradient, Circular Gradient, and Texture. You can also upload a photo and use it as a background. Click on "text" and type in your text. Pixteller provides a gallery of different free icons to use on your poster. Click on "finish" and type in a title for your poster.

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Pixteller è un ottimo website, molto facile ed intuitivo per creare posters per la classe e motti o frasi motivazionali. by ritamarchignoli Jan 20

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