Rosie Sue
Adobe Solution Consultant

How to create stunning Social Media Graphics using Adobe Spark Post | Beginners Tutorial

Technical Tutorial Published 12/2/17 Last updated on 5/28/20

Adobe Spark is completely free. You can find it in the app store for mobile devices (Adobe Spark Post, Page, Video) or use the browser-based version:

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


Check out my tutorials on the other Adobe Spark apps:

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  • 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


Adobe Spark Post (app store) or via the browser

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Dilki Nimasha

Posted on 5/14/20 11:00:25 AM Permalink


Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 9/18/19 9:45:21 PM Permalink

​Really helpful for my students

ramu chandra

Posted on 5/25/19 3:09:06 AM Permalink

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ramu chandra

Posted on 4/16/19 2:37:59 AM Permalink

valerie pratt

Posted on 1/22/18 3:40:06 PM Permalink

​I learned something new from this video. It was very clear and easy to follow. Thank you

Rosie Sue

Posted on 1/22/18 8:34:19 PM Permalink

Thanks Valerie

Bob Tuttle

Posted on 1/20/18 4:34:23 PM Permalink

​Very informative video. It would be great if you could supply the Youtube link so that we can enlarge the video. But - you did get me to look more at this product. Thx

Rosie Sue

Posted on 1/21/18 2:52:48 AM Permalink

Thanks Bob, the link is in the description: and you can also click on the YouTube icon when you click on the video within Edex. It will take you to the YouTube page directly.

Nicol Parde

Posted on 1/17/18 2:45:31 AM Permalink

​Watch the video in YouTube and then you can enlarge it.

Rosie Sue

Posted on 1/21/18 2:54:59 AM Permalink

Thanks Nicol ;)​

Barbara Cavness

Posted on 1/16/18 8:04:10 PM Permalink

I learned something today. Thank you. It would have been nice if I could enlarge the video screen so it could see the steps better. I too would have liked to see it uploaded to a social media site.​

Rosie Sue

Posted on 1/21/18 2:54:18 AM Permalink

Thanks Barbara, you can view the video directly on YouTube

Van Dora Williams

Posted on 1/16/18 6:26:42 PM Permalink

Nice demonstration. Would have liked to have seen the created graphic uploaded to the social media app. ​

Rosie Sue

Posted on 1/21/18 2:53:35 AM Permalink

Thanks for the feedback Van, I sure will next time! :)​