Adobe Spark is one of the best platforms for creating professional graphics, promotional videos, and website content. It’s easy to use, and it can help you leverage social media and other online platforms to attract more clients. But, how do you get better at Adobe Spark? Are you looking to improve your Adobe Spark skills but aren’t quite sure how to get started? Check out this guide to discover the top Adobe Spark tips and tricks to perfect your craft.
1. Use Chrome Browser
Adobe Spark Post allows you to create amazing videos in a matter of minutes. You can create posts on Windows, Mac, or Chromebooks.
Within Spark Post, there is a new option to create a remixable copy. All you need to do is tap that option, and Adobe will generate a copy of your Spark Post project to share with friends, clients, and colleagues.
Others can then edit and build off your post in their own Adobe Spark account. They can also remix your content without altering the original project.
3. Create Duplicates to Test Your Content
Adobe Spark is also a great platform for helping you perform A/B testing.
For example, let’s say you want to test a call-to-action button. You can use Adobe Spark to switch out the color, text font, or soundtrack. You can either duplicate the entire project, or you can switch up one element in Spark Post.
Then, you can publish the call-to-action button to see which features perform the best. You can do this for all sorts of content, from flyers to social media posts to banner ads.
4. Automatically Apply Brand Changes
Everyone knows that a brand is always a work in progress. If you’ve made recent changes to your brand image, be it your logo or something else, it can sometimes be difficult to apply these changes across multiple platforms.
With Adobe Spark’s premium features, you can easily apply brand changes (for example, changing background color) to every piece of content. All you need to do is update your brand image in your brand manager. Then, all of your brand projects will automatically reflect the changes you’ve made.
5. Filter and Sort to Easily Find Projects
Do you have a lot of projects going on in Adobe Spark? Instead of wasting time scrolling, you can now filter your Adobe Spark projects by page, post, and video in the browser.
You can also sort your projects by name or by date modified. Just remember to name all of your projects so you can take advantage of the alphabetical listing.
Are You Ready to Use Adobe Spark?
Now that you know how to use Adobe Spark, it’s time to get started. With these tips, you’ll be able to take your Adobe Spark graphics to the next level.
Be sure to check back in with our blog for more Adobe Spark tips and tricks.