Adobe Creative Cloud Express – Day 19 #AppventCalendar

December 19, 2021

In this post, Mark Anderson describes the main features of Adobe Creative Cloud Express and how it relates to Adobe Spark.  

Adobe Creative Cloud Express – Day 19 #AppventCalendar

If you’re a regular reader of my blog you will know how much of a fan I am of the Adobe Spark offer into education. With the three apps of Spark Page, Spark Post, and Spark Video, there’s been so much opportunity for helpful and impactful, evidence-informed approaches to using technology in the classroom that has come from these super-powerful, yet easy to use tools in the classroom.

App Reveal Day 19

I’m such a fan that in fact at least one of the apps has featured in every single year that the Appvent calendar has taken place.

Adobe Creative Cloud Express Screenshot

You may have noticed however that just a few days ago the Adobe Spark Twitter handle changed and with it their approach to their tools both on the web and with the apps.

It is a little complicated, but if you are used to using the tools on the web, then nothing much has really changed too much, just you know have more tools available to you, such as those now powered with additional options from Photoshop.

If you are in school and using the iPad apps then essentially, the Adobe Spark Page and Video apps are still the same. Adobe Spark Post however is now the Adobe Creative Cloud Express app.

What’s different?

The interface has changed slightly, but I think for the better. There are literally hundreds of super-useful templates for you to use as a teacher. From templates for making simple posters to resumes, brochures, menus, presentation graphics, book covers, worksheets, and even more, there’s plenty to choose from for every teacher.

Adobe Creative Cloud Express Interface

What’s included?

With Adobe Creative Cloud Express, expect the same ease-of-use, superb libraries of icons, stickers, backgrounds, fonts, and extensive libraries of design assets, which you can access as an educator completely for free, unlike some of their popular competitors.

Screengrab Adobe Creative Cloud Express

How can I find out more?

To learn more about how you can use Adobe Creative Cloud Express in the classroom please check out my previous posts exploring the use of Adobe Spark Post, or alternatively visit their site here to learn more about their exciting updates to this fantastic app in education.