11 Nov Adobe Max Recap: CC Libraries Now Available in Adobe Spark
I’m so excited today because I’m sharing a quick recap of one of my favorite features that Adobe Spark released during AdobeMax this year ad that’s the ability to be able to use the Library features in Spark!
This is particularly exciting for me because I am an avid Creative Cloud user but I’m not a graphic designer, lol.
Usually, I’ll hire a graphic designer to create a design for me and then I ask for the source files so I can edit them quickly and make them available to my team for editing.
My marketing team is not familiar with tools like Photoshop and Illustrator so while I may be able to hop in and make quick edits in those tools, it’s an extreme slow down for my team and I don’t want them spending time trying to learn those tools, but do want them to use Spark to quickly make the edits that they need to create content that is on-brand for our blog and for Pinterest primarily.
When you watch today’s video you’ll see me quickly adding elements to my library and accessing them through Adobe Spark and I’m so excited to dive deeper in this feature and get really organized and use these new tools in our content creation production.
Let me know what you think in the comments!
If you want to catch up on all the haps from Max you can CLICK HERE and go catch up on what you might’ve missed.
It’s a conference that is def binge-worthy!