Whether four-field matrix, timeline or bulls eye: on weframe One templates can be created in no time at all on which content can be written. You simply arrange text, graphics or images in the template function of the sheets.
In this article you will learn more about:
Using templates on weframe
Templates - formatted templates - can be created on weframe One, on which you can then draw, write or arrange content. In the simplest case, this can be an empty sheet with a set heading or more complex methodological representations such as a business model canvas.
Working with templates has the following advantages:
- Once a template has been created, it can be duplicated as often as required and thus used more than once in a session.
- The design elements of the template are fixed and do not disturb the work with other contents, e.g. Notes.
- The fixed elements of the template can be overdrawn or overwritten.
I can use these elements to design templates:
- Text (via text notes)
- Images (via image notes)
Open a Sheet (portrait or landscape) from the Main Menu.
- Activate the Sheet Menu via the right upper corner.
Rotate the Sheet with the button "Templates" to its backside.
- Here, you can now design your template by arranging text, graphics or images on the back of the sheet:
a) Use text as headings or labels
- Create text notes with the desired text, send them to weframe One and drag it to the rotated Sheet.
- The frame of the text notes will disappear, resulting in a standalone text.
- Scale the text with two fingers to the desired size and arrange it at the desired position, e.g. as a heading or as a label for areas or objects.
b) Use images as background or graphic element
- Create an image note with the desired image on your mobile device, send it to weframe One and drag it to the rotated Sheet.
- The frame of the image note will disappear, resulting in a standalone image in the original ratio.
- Scale the image with two fingers to the desired size and arrange it in the desired position.
Please note: Pictures will always be behind the arranged text.
- When all elements are arranged, turn the Sheet back again with the Button "turn back" in the lower right corner.
- Now you can draw and arrange content (Notes) on the created Template.