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Adobe Spark: Social Graphics, Web Stories and Animated Videos

Adobe Spark

When Mari Smith says she loves a tool for marketing on Facebook, it means it’s worth looking into. And that’s just what I did. Adobe Spark is a free integrated web and mobile solution for creating and sharing impactful visual stories.

Once you login using your Adobe ID or social login, you can start a new project or access previous projects you’ve already started or completed. You can also visit the #sparkmade gallery for inspiration!

Adobe Spark Start

Adobe Spark allows users to easily create social media posts and graphics, web pages, and videos in minutes without any design or technical experience. And all of the shared outputs are optimized for the channel they’re going to be viewed in – Instagram, Facebook, mobile or desktop…

Adobe Spark Post enables you to easily make highly stylized graphics to share via social

Adobe Spark Post

Adobe Spark Page enables users to tell a beautiful story, implementing imagery, buttons, slideshows, galleries or video as needed without any need for a designer or developer.

Adobe Spark Page

Adobe Spark Video may be the most impressive platform. Work from a series of story templates, record your own audio, add your own imagery and video, and Adobe Spark Video does the rest. This is an incredibly robust platform for designing your video… again, without the need for a professional video editor.

Adobe Spark Video

Operate all of the platform from the desktop, or download each of the mobile apps to get started!

Adobe Spark Desktop Adobe Spark Mobile Apps


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