Quozio is a very basic website that enables you to create quotes backed b y images; you just enter your quote, who said it and click 'go'. You are given a range of styles with a variety of backgrounds and fonts to choose from, although these are pre-determined so you cannot select the background from one and the font from another.
The website is free to use. However, you have to sign up in order to be able to do anything with your quote but this is quick and easy; all it requires is your name and email. Once created, you can then tweet your quote, email it to somebody, add it to your Pinterest account or there is the option to link Quozio to your Facebook account.
I found this website very simplistic; the home page is extremely basic and yet, strangely, also slightly confusing as you almost expect more. There is no About Us button; the Facebook link explains that their mission is to 'revolutionise the quote industry' and the Pinterest link takes you to all the quotes that people have created using Quozio.
Personally I think the range of designs is limited and I would also have liked the option to save my quote as a document so that it could be printed. Useful even though it has its limitations if you just want a quick way to display quotes, however the 'revolution in the quote industry' has not quite happened yet but one to watch in hope of further developments!, School Library Consultant
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|Date:||Sep 22, 2017|
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