Step 1 | Getting Started
Adobe Spark Account
For this project, the free account will work. However, if you are an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber, or desire to purchase a subscription you will be able to take advantage of branding and personalization benefits as a subscriber. In addition to the Adobe ID and Spark account, you will also need to have an idea, information, images, and media you would like to include in your story.
Images can be imported are various locations. Those location include:
- Uploaded photo
- Free stock photos
- Adobe Stock
- Creative Cloud
- Google Photos
- Google Drive
Photos can be place in various ways to add interest to the layout of the page. Those placements include:
- Fill screen
- Full width
If you desire to add more then one image, Adobe Spark Page allows you to create an image gallery by using the Photo grid option.
If you would like add text on top of an image, a great method is the last element, the Glide-show. The glide show allows you to add the other elements on top of a photo background.
The Finishing Touches
Once you have completed your story, it is no time to share it! To share your story you will click share at the top of the page. To share your page you will need to Publish and Share your project.
Created with images by StartupStockPhotos - "startup start-up notebooks" • lukasbieri - "youtuber blogger screenwriter" • fancycrave1 - "laptop human hands keyboard" • Sergey Zolkin - "untitled image" • Fabio Santaniello Bruun - "untitled image" • Andras Vas - "untitled image" • hamonazaryan1 - "notebook work girl" • Lalmch - "computer macbook tablet" • Rohan Makhecha - "untitled image"