Event: Creating visual content for marketing, social media and websites - Learning Session - Ballinluig
In this learning session, we'll introduce you to the Adobe Spark suite of free content creation tools. You'll learn how to organise text, images and choose colours to create content suitable for use in marketing, social media or online.
|Thu 23 Aug 2018
In this learning session, we'll introduce you to the Adobe Spark suite of free content creation tools. You'll learn how to organise text, images and choose colours to create content suitable for use in marketing, social media or online. No design experience is required.
- Skills for producing content for social media use including posts, short videos and web pages
- Some basic design skills: layouts, choice of typefaces, colour schemes, image cropping
- How to upload images
- How to post your content to social media through Spark
- How to download your content for your own use
What do you need to take part?
Before the session you will need an Adobe account and to download the necessary apps (not available for Android devices) - Spark Video, Spark Post and Spark Page or you can work from your browser.
There is a lot to cover so there will not be time to set these up during the session.
Please bring your laptop or tablet and Sign in to Spark www.//spark.adobe.com with an Adobe account (free to create) or with Facebook or Google
If you need any help please email firstname.lastname@example.org before attending.
Scott Russell is a creative technology consultant specialising in training and consulting in Adobe Creative Cloud, graphic design and publishing through his business, Creativelab. www.creative-lab.co.uk
Scott has extensive experience in the design, publishing and education sectors including working for The Herald, Evening Times, Sunday Herald and Guardian newspapers, as a part time lecturer at the University of Stirling and as a certified Adobe software expert.
Scott helps businesses of all sizes save time and money by improving efficiency, solving technical problems and developing critical digital skills.