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Rosie Sue
Adobe Solution Consultant

Adobe Spark Post Tutorial - Create Beautiful Social Graphics in Minutes

Technical Tutorial Published 4/12/17 Last updated on 6/10/19

Adobe Spark is completely free. You can find it in the app store for mobile devices or use the browser-based version, as shown in this tutorial: https://spark.adobe.com

In this tutorial, I show you how easy it is to create a stunning social graphic piece using Adobe Spark Post.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npAvhRfQUt4

Products
  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

Duration
1-2 Hours
Content Standards
Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop
ISTE NETS-S
Creativity and Innovation
CC License
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Ratings
5 / 5 • 15 Ratings

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Roberto Ferrera

Posted on 6/14/19 1:58:27 PM Permalink

​I appreciate Adobe Spark more and more... Thanks!!

Cortez William

Posted on 5/19/19 5:18:17 AM Permalink

Thanks for the tutorial. It is easy to understand.​

Aaron Kapala

Posted on 3/21/19 9:32:55 PM Permalink

​Great thanks Rosie

Ali Imam Reza

Posted on 3/20/19 2:27:43 PM Permalink

​great tutorial. Thanks for sharing

Neil Bhisma

Posted on 9/27/18 5:37:57 AM Permalink

Wow such a nice update as we are able to create beautiful social Graphics in minutes with the help of Adobe Spark. As we know that Adobe Spark is a powerful & intuitive animated video creating tools. If you want to gathered some more information about Adobe then i recommend you to contact Adobe Phone Number once for it.

ZOILA GARCIA

Posted on 7/5/17 3:43:13 PM Permalink

I loved how she demonstrated how easy it's to maneuver around the application.

Love her accent, she did a great job!

bob reeves

Posted on 7/5/17 3:58:08 PM Permalink

​I don't have a problem with her accent. It's the syllable inflection and in her case deflection at the end of sentences.

bob reeves

Posted on 7/3/17 7:16:35 PM Permalink

​it would be great if she had planned this in advance rather than "clicking around" and if she would lose the last syllable inflection or in her case deflection. I use this app regularly and picked up a couple things. Thanks.