When you are putting in an image, there are quite a number of options, but the one that interested me was "team images". If you are all logged in from the same organisation, you can share research images that everyone has uploaded. Very useful.
Here is one of the layouts that my students made today. They shared it with me so I could see it in the app.
When you share a design with some one, you can choose for them to just view it of have editing rights. On the menu, you can click to copy a shared document. This then becomes yours and shows in your list of documents, not in the shared list.
This will be very useful when I want the students to do layout exercises. We tried this last year on Google Drawings and it worked ok, but this app has a lot more to it. I can share the sheet that has the elements that I want them to work with as a view only and they can make a copy themselves. They can then complete the exercise using design terms like scale, proportion, hierarchy, font, etc ......
This is a good layout tool and can be used anywhere on any device as it is online used in the browser.
And... it's free!!
I like this getting the students to check out the apps that they are going to use. We can quickly get rid of any that aren't going to work!!
They liked this one. I think this one is a keeper.