Two Tools And A Sample Application
Office Lens: Scans, Crops, Aligns, Connects To OneDrive Without Raiding Your Phone Albums
Adobe Illustrator: A Powerful Program With Some Easy To Use Tools
Application: From A Sharpie Drawing To A "Sharp" Sticker
Since we are talking about ideas today lets see what we can do with some symbolic representations of ideas.
Let's start with a Sharpie drawing and end with a sharp sticker.
Step 1: Create a drawing using a student's favorite writing utensil, the Sharpie
Step 3: Open in Adobe Illustrator (available in the Software Center) and click a few times to create a vector graphic from your sharpie drawing
Step 4: Using that vector create a sticker to keep and display proudly
Bonus points for taking the time to document your own process and present it in an Adobe Spark Page. Example.
Most good tools solve a multitude of problems and open up the doors to a lot of possibilities.
How to use a tool is mostly limited only by your creativity and ability to think laterally.
Just because a tool seems immensely complex does not mean that it can't serve as a valuable tool.