My First Infographic Made with Piktochart
To create this project, I used the app Piktochart. Piktochart is initially a free app, but the user has the opportunity to "level up" and pay a subscription fee of $3.99 a month in order to unlock more features. The program itself is very user friendly. I believe that a user could easily navigate the app's features, but in case not, here is a link to a helpful tutorial video.
What Piktochart does is allows the user to create an Infographic, presentation, poster, or report in a simple, yet user friendly manner. It has all kinds of shapes and visuals to enhance your project. In addition to this, you can easily use your own pictures in the project. Once completed, the app allows you to share your project with a number of platforms.
This app has a lot of strengths of virtually no weaknesses. It's free-to-use option has a number of features, eliminating the need for a subscription for casual users. It is bee user friendly and takes little to no time at all to navigate. In conclusion, this app is great for a wide variety of presentation uses. Click on the app icon to the left to be taken to the App Store!
Piktochart would be great in any classroom. It's a simple graphic design tool that students could use to create simple, yet visually appealing presentations. There are so many creation options within the app that students could use it for a variety of reasons. I strongly recommend it's use in the classroom.
If you like what you've seen so far, check out my infographic board on Pinterest!