Adobe Spark and Creative Cloud Libraries: Coming together for better creative workflows
By Matt Aune
Posted on 08-24-2020
Adobe Spark is a powerful visual storytelling tool that digital creatives and marketers rely on to easily express their ideas and communicate their messages digitally. Spark can be used to quickly create social graphics, web pages, and short videos by anyone, at any skill level. You can get started with thousands of expertly designed templates, remix them with images, animation effects, and stickers, and personalize them with your brand’s assets in one click. And now Spark has a rich integration with Creative Cloud Libraries. Save time and use your favorite assets by accessing the Libraries that you know and love right in the Post web editor. Easily place photos, illustrations, or flattened Creative Cloud documents from your Libraries directly into your Posts.
This integration makes it easier than ever to access and organize your assets and also share assets across your team – helping everyone work more efficiently, keep creative consistency, and stay in sync. In short, the Spark and Creative Cloud Libraries integration enables both creative pros and digital communicators to create their best work and to collaborate in a frictionless way.
For creative pros and collaborators: Integrate Spark into your Creative Cloud workflows
Whether you work in Spark directly or work with someone who does, this integration with Creative Cloud Libraries is a game-changer. You can access the same Libraries you use in other applications – including Photoshop and Illustrator – directly in Spark. With this functionality, you’ll be able to quickly search, organize, and access your favorite reusable assets, ensuring that the social media content you create in Spark is on-brand and consistent with the other visual assets you are creating for campaign and branding purposes.
If you don’t work in Spark directly but collaborate with someone who does, you can use this integration to share approved assets via a shared Library, ensuring that they are always working with the latest creative assets. And you can also assign read-only or edit permissions to the Library to maintain control over your design system. Create an asset in Photoshop or Illustrator, save it to a shared library, and you and your colleagues can open it in other Creative Cloud apps, powerfully – this now includes Adobe Spark.
Social media moves fast, and so can you
The content velocity required to meet demand for social media posts and assets can be intimidating for companies of all sizes. At the same time, there is an increased need to stand out from the crowd on increasingly crowded channels.
To do this, we know creators and their collaborators need the most frictionless, intuitive workflows. Spark is currently available for a free trial, making it easier than ever to take advantage of this Spark and Creative Cloud Libraries integration. With this, we hope to give designers and marketers everything they need to create and deliver beautiful, intriguing social media assets that align perfectly with brand guidelines, and to do it all easily and at scale.
Topics: Design, Creative Cloud,
Products: Spark, Creative Cloud,