#TechTipThursday- Building your Brand with Google Forms

Authored by Emma Grace Mancini, ITC

Google Forms-Uploading an Image to be the Background

Students and teachers can use Google Forms to make surveys, quizzes, or event registration sheets.  The form is web-based and can be shared with respondents by sending a link, emailing a message, or embedding it into a web page or blog post.  Much of this has likely been known to you.  But, did you know that you can use the theme customization options to support a larger brand building or management campaign?  Read on to learn more!

Within Google Forms, you can change the color scheme to match your class, organization, or brand, and now you can upload your own image!

1. When you create a new form, go to the top right corner where the artist palette is.


2. Then click “Choose Image”

3. Then choose “upload photo”

4. Finally, upload your chosen image and, voila!  You have a customized Google Form!

Note: there are many best practices for building your brand and creating aesthetic unity across your various documents.  Many of those best practices can be found HERE.

To learn more about how to integrate the suite of Google Products into your plans for teaching or learning, call the DEC at 434-395-4332

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