Adobe Spark Workshop

Workshop Objectives (these will take approximately 1 hour):
  • Goal 1: Introduction to and overview of Adobe Spark. 
  • Goal 2: Spark Page
  • Goal 3: Spark Video
  • Goal 4: Spark Post

Goal 1: Introduction to and Overview of Adobe Spark.

Adobe Spark is your one stop for easily creating professional-looking graphics, web pages, and videos. These services are both paid and free and can be used by students and teachers who make an account or link their account to their Facebook or Google profiles. Adobe Spark offers three different resources:

• Spark Page – for creating web stories
• Spark Video – for creating animated videos
• Spark Post – for creating social media posts

We will go into each of these user friendly tools in a little more detail below. Adding videos, text, images, and more is as easy as the click of a button! Your creations can then be effortlessly downloaded and shared. Additionally, there are free iOS and Android apps available so Adobe Spark can be used on the go. Teachers can access many free teaching resources at this link!


Adobe Spark has moved to a pricing plan, and the free version is pretty limited now. (2020)



Adobe Spark is Here!

Meet Adobe Spark

Goal 2: Spark Page

Adobe Spark Page allows users to create beautiful magazine web stories by organizing and adding movement to words and images. This is a great resource to use for photo journals, recaps, portfolios, presentations, and basically anything else your imagination creates.


Adobe Spark Page Tutorial

Goal 3: Spark Video

Adobe Spark Video gives you a platform that can be used to create animated videos by recording your voice and adding photos and music. This could be useful for lessons, presentations, greetings, and more.



Adobe Spark Video Tutorial

Goal 4: Spark Post

​Lastly, is  Adobe Spark Post,  which helps users to create social graphics by adding text and using filters for any photo. This can be used for memes, quotes, social media posts, announcements, invitations, etc.


Adobe Spark Post Tutorial