Learn how to take advantage of the layout features in Adobe Spark Post. Nicte Cuevas, explains how to use this intuitive feature to easily shift your content layout to discover the optimal design for your post.
- [Voiceover] I have created a new graphic…that I wanna use for my blog post.…It's talking about these great recipes…that I found for blueberries…and I really wanna share them with my audience.…I'm not really feeling the slamp that I have.…I have my icons, some type, some color…and this beautiful background of these blueberries,…but it's just not really working for what I want.…I wanna share with you how you can use the layout tool…to get some insight as how I can have different layouts…and find the one that really works.…
Let's go to the very bottom…and where you can see layout, I'm gonna tap on that…and now I see a whole new window of options that I can use.…The very first ones are the suggested ones…that I can go in and tap on one of them…to see what happens and once I did that,…as you can see, now I have a new color block.…It shifted my content out,…but it's giving me an idea of a different layout…that I could use for the particular graphic I had designed.…If I tap again on that same option with the crossing arrows,…
- 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 Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Designing in Spark Post
3. Persuading through Color
Color and type3m 33s
4. Getting Creative with Type
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