In this video, designer and brand strategist, Nicte Cuevas, takes you through getting started with your first design in Adobe Spark Post. Learn how to create a new Post in just a few steps and feel ready to dive in with your creations.
- [Instructor] I'm so excited to share with you … how to create a new post using Adobe Spark Post. … So to start, we're going to go and open the app. … So I'm going to tap on Spark Post, and I'm going to open this. … The very first thing we see is a template area … that has all the templates available to Adobe Spark Post. … But for now, I want to share with you … how you can create a post inside Adobe Spark Post. … So at the very bottom … we see this green button with a plus sign. … Let's tap on that. … Once I do that, I have all these options … that I can use to start with my design. … I can use a solid color, I can import some images, … some patterns. … But I really want to start with a solid color. … We're going to tap on Solid color. … Once I do that, I have this window that pops up … with all sorts of colors that I can use. … I'm going to use, let's say, one of the suggested ones. … Looks really great. … I'm going to tap on that color. … And I'm going to tap on Next. … The next window we see gives us an option of …
- Creating a new post
- Adding icons and photography
- Defining the goals of your design
- Saving time with branded templates
- Using color to create emotion
- Using type and color to capture attention
- Best practices for pairing fonts
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Spark Post
2. Designing in Spark Post
3. Persuading through Color
Color and type3m 33s
4. Getting Creative with Type
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