When a new design idea comes along, it’s a great idea to start with the basics.
In this tutorial, we’re going to look at the basics of designing a classroom, from the layout and layout materials, to the materials and layout techniques.
And the final design is going to be ready to be printed, folded, and handed out.
What we’re about to cover In this article, we’ll start with a basic classroom design, followed by building the layout, the materials, and the layout techniques to produce a beautiful classroom design.
To follow along, you’ll need to download and install Adobe Illustrator CC.
If you’d like to learn how to create your own classroom design from scratch, check out our previous tutorials on making a school library or classroom, creating a classroom and building a classroom from scratch.
In our first tutorial, I showed you how to design a classroom with just a basic white background.
This is a great example for starting with this basic approach, but you can make a classroom design using anything you like.
And as you can see in the images below, the design can be used in a wide range of scenarios.
For example, you can also make a classroom from scratch with a variety of materials, including recycled paper, bamboo, recycled cardboard, and more.
We’ll show you how, and then follow along with the rest of the tutorial, starting with building a simple classroom design with white backgrounds.
What you’ll want to keep in mind when you’re designing your classroom design Here’s what you’ll find in the tutorial: Basic white background design