Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Creative Cloud Express (formerly Adobe Spark)
In my previous role, the Marketing and Communications department solely used Adobe Creative Cloud Express for all of our social media content needs. It was truly such a time savor as neither I nor my teammates were trained graphic designers.
- Graphic Design - especially for people like me who have no background in it
- Organization - very easy dashboard to view projects made and easily recreate ones you liked
- Ability to use and build content from either your laptop or your phone - both work great!
- When building content on your phone, there are certain features that make it difficult to edit the content
- It would be great to see more templates created and offered for projects outside of social media tiles (brochures, posters, invitations, etc.)
- When I was using this exclusively at the nonprofit I worked for, we saw our social media engagement skyrocket.
- Similar to improvements with social media engagement, we also increased in followers across each of our platforms since we were finally able to have consistent posts across our various platforms.
- We were able to really solidify our branding - Adobe Creative Cloud Express made that possible
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If you are needing to create high-quality graphics for ongoing content to engage with your audience, Adobe Creative Cloud Express is truly amazing. I found it to be better than competitors for the ease of use and variety of templates/graphics. Adobe Creative Cloud Express might be less appropriate if you are only seeking to build printable content. While they had a beta PDF export feature when I was regularly using it, I found it wasn't able to be the high-quality print-ready file I needed.
Using Adobe Creative Cloud Express (formerly Adobe Spark)
I prefer Adobe Creative Cloud Express to Canva for the back-end interface. To me, Adobe Creative Cloud Express is more user-friendly and provides greater options. You really do get what you pay for. I was also able to learn how to use Adobe Creative Cloud Express with little to no prior experience. There are great resources available within the platform that add to the overall user experience.