Adobe Spark Page Formally known as AdoBe slate

Adobe recently created a suite of applications called Spark. These applications allow users to make dynamic graphics, videos, and webpages.

Learn more about Spark by watching the video below.


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Adobe Spark Page is a program that allows users to design dynamic websites. Educators and students can use Spark Page to create content driven webpages, digital portfolios, newsletters, book reports, science journals, blogs, and so much more. The following information will explain how to set up and create a Spark Page.

Geting Started with Spark Page

Step 1: Download the Adobe Spark Page app.
Step 2: Create an account.

The first time you open the app it will prompt you to sign in using a pre-existing account such as Facebook, or Google (I like to use Google because the sign in is my school e-mail and school password). Or you can make an Adobe ID to serve as your account sign in.

Step 3: Explore the Features of Spark Page

Watch the video below to see how to make a webpage using the features of Adobe Spark Page

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