May 27, 2016
Below are three awesome iPad apps from adobe which you can use with your students to create a wide variety of multimedia projects. The apps are free (they include in-app purchases though) and easy to use. Some of the things you can do with Adobe Spark apps include: create animated videos ideal for digital storytelling activities, create beautiful visual stories using pre-made layouts and visuals, create stunning graphics with the help of a variety of templates and many more.
‘Adobe Spark Post is the fun and fast way to create stunning graphics for all occasions. Get started in seconds with professionally designed, eye-catching templates you can tweak in simple steps. Pick a photo, add some text and apply themes to instantly create beautiful images. Each tap gives you completely new layouts, color palettes, typography styles and filters — no design experience required. Easily share your design via your favorite social platforms, text or email to engage your audience.’
‘Spark Page makes it easy for anyone to turn words and images into a beautiful gliding web story. Transform your next newsletter, report, invitation or travel adventure into a gorgeous visual story that delights readers on any device. Get inspired by a wide variety of curated designs, then simply tap to select a beautiful, unique look. Gorgeous fonts, color and magazine-style design are automatically incorporated — no design experience required. Fluid movement and elegant motion happen instantly. Share your Page to grab attention, increase awareness and inspire action. You can even access, edit and share your web story from a browser with Adobe Spark for web.’
‘Spark Video helps anyone create stunning animated videos in minutes. No filming required — just record your voice in short increments to tell your story. Pick from over 25,000 beautiful iconic images or add your own photos to highlight what you have to say. Select the soundtrack that works best. Then Video automatically adds striking cinematic motion to your story — no design experience needed. .’