Unlock your [digital] poster potential with Smore

Chances are in your professional and personal life, you’ve been asked to create some kind of a promotional poster or informational flier. A new site we recently discovered, Smore.com simplifies this task, creating digital fliers that you can share via email or social media. Smore allows users to choose from a variety of pre-made template options that can easily be personalized.

A relatively new tool (debuted in 2011), Smore also has educators and students in mind:

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Along with the convenience and personalization the site provides, there are a bounty of other capabilities users can unleash their design potential with:

  • The pre-designed layouts come equipped with a wide variety of font and color options
  • The fliers one create look great on both mobile and desktop formats
  • Users can track their fliers through live analytics to measure their success
  • The site allows users to input individual email addresses or create specific email groups
  • Fliers can be shared with one’s followers via social media
  • If you find an error or mistype – you can login and make quick edits to your work seamlessly and the flier automatically updates.
  • Two words: It’s free! (There is also the option of upgrading to the ‘Pro’ content that is only $59 a year for educators.)

As the site tagline reads, “Smore makes you look like a pro every time. Even if you have zero design experience.” This web app and its capabilities truly stand by that promise. Smore is as an E+DS approved tool. 

Here are some fliers we’ve recently created and shared. Maybe our next flier will be for you?


One thought on “Unlock your [digital] poster potential with Smore

  1. Just created my first digital flier with Smore.com and I love it! I especially like that it has analytics so I can see how many students view the flier. Great tip!!

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