Recently Adobe released a free iPad app called Adobe Spark Page. Adobe Spark page was originally called Adobe Slate, so you can find lots of tutorials under that name and they all still apply, the only thing that changed was the name. It is a free app that you can use to create image-based stories. In November 2015, Adobe launched a browser-based version of Adobe Spark Page. YEAH!! Now you can create on your iPad or your computer.
Webpages generated with Adobe Spark Page look gorgeous. When you scroll you see an effect known as parallax or window scrolling where the image and text do not scroll together. Spark Pages 11 professionally designed themes keep you from worrying about font, color, and animation choices, so students won't be wasting time with those things. A simple click gives your entire story a different look with a different theme. You can change your mind for a themes at any point and it does not mess things up I think you will love this tool..
Recently, Adobe rebranded this product, It was called SLATE and now is named Spark Page, Luckily, the only thing that changed was the name.
Tap the + Create a New Story and begin your project. It is best to do a little planning before beginning. I normally type my body copy in advanc in Notes or a word processor and just copy & paste it into your Spark Page and tweek it. But your casn type it all right here too.
Tapping the tiny + signs allow students to add different types of media— images, photo grids, text, or links.
+ signs remain in between each type of media added so that other media can be added before or after the previous media (rather rearranging the media). The + signs only show when you are working on your p[roject in the editing view, they disappear when you preview and share.
There are many options when adding images to the story. Use images that are already on the iPad or on your computer, use the camera to take a photo, or do an image search. Adobe Spark Page only searches images that have a Creative Commons license. When a photo has been chosen, a small i will appear at the bottom of the image to show the attribution information. And it had that attribution at the end of the project.