Adobe Spark Page is a great way to tell a beautiful story using photos, videos, text and web links. Use spark.adobe.com or the iOS app to create and edit your Spark Page. All Spark Pages look great on web browsers and mobile browsers.
Here is a brief 90 second video that gives an overview of what Adobe Spark Page is and how it could be used in the classroom for students to display their learning.
Now that you have some understanding of what Adobe Spark Page can do, here is a breakdown of some of the features.
Themes allow you to add a different style to the whole page. Select a minimalistic theme or something very fancy. Either way, make sure it helps tell your story and not get in the way of your story.
You can add photos from your device/computer, as well as photos from various cloud based storage services such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Lightroom, Dropbox and Google Photos.
You can also search for creative commons photos that help tell your story using "find photos". Spark Page will even help cite the photos at the bottom of your page, so that you can be a responsible digital citizen.
You can customize the style of the text in Spark to look many ways. You can use the standard BOLD & ITALICS, as well as making text links and choosing the text alignment.
H1 creates section titles according to your theme.
H2 creates larger text or subtitles according to your theme.
The quote button allows you to share quotes that stick out, according to the theme.
- Adding bullet points are also an option.
- Don't worry, they aren't as violent as they sound.
- Lastly, you can also make numbered lists.
- Numbered lists can help prove your point!