In order to use Adobe Spark, you'll need to sign in with an Adobe ID or other service.
- [Instructor] Before you start using…the Adobe Spark products, you'll need to sign in…with an Adobe ID, Facebook, or Google account.…Here's how to create your free Adobe ID and sign in.…Come up to the upper right and click Log In.…The dialogue box appears…where you can continue with Facebook or Google,…or if you already have an Adobe ID,…you click the log in at the bottom.…But if you don't, click sign up with email.…
The sign up area appears,…and this is where you can fill out the form…to create an Adobe ID.…However, I already have an Adobe ID,…so I'm going to click sign in.…Your Adobe ID will be your email.…Fill in password.…And usually, I stay signed in.…Click sign in.…The My Projects area appears.…Now, if you've just started with Adobe Spark,…you won't have any projects here,…but you'll fill up this area pretty quickly.…
When you're signed in,…if you're working on a shared computer,…you'll want to sign out.…Come up to the left corner and click the three little lines.…Then, at the bottom, you'll see your sign in name.…
- What is Adobe Spark?
- Finding images and icons
- Using themes
- Creating a base Post project
- Adding and formatting text
- Working with images
- Creating a post of multiple images
- Animating text and backgrounds
- Adding narration and music
- Inserting videos with transitions
- Creating a webpage
- Adding buttons, links, and videos to pages
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1. Getting Started with Adobe Spark
2. Spark Post
3. Spark Video
4. Spark Page
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