How To Create Web Graphics With Adobe Spark Post and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
(PREVIEW) How To Create Web Graphics With Adobe Spark Post and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
We all need web-graphics. There are times when we need to share a nice photo plus some text layers for use as party invitations, announcements, and social media posts. As soon as you start a blog, launch a website, or create a YouTube channel your need for web-graphics goes up.
But I am have no training in graphic design! I know enough Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, and Adobe Photoshop CC, to combine photos and text layers together but I have no idea what type of design looks professional.
I have no idea what size and shape a Twitter Header, a Facebook Advertisement, or an Etsy Cover should be. Sure, I could Google around and maybe I would find some good advice for each of these projects.
Creating web-graphics is easy now thanks to the new Adobe Spark Post web-app and its iOS sibling. Adobe Spark makes creating everything from banner advertisements to social media graphics “spin the wheel” easy. (http://www.spark.adobe.com)
Plus, Adobe Spark Post is free for everyone. Yes, it free even if you are not an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber. It’s free even if you are not an Adobe customer at all.
That said, Spark’s integration with Adobe Lightroom Mobile is superb and seamless. Spark Post can pull photos from all sorts of sources including Adobe’s huge library of royalty-free Creative-Commons imagery or files that you upload from your hard drive or mobile device. Now anyone, even an art-school flunky like me, can make a good looking birthday party announcements or Facebook Cover graphics.
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