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Express Your Creativity with Adobe Express

By : Rosie Sue
Book Image

Express Your Creativity with Adobe Express

By: Rosie Sue

Overview of this book

Working with graphics can be daunting, especially if you don’t have a background in graphic design, but with Adobe Express, you can create stunning content without prior experience. This book will show you how you can choose from thousands of beautiful templates, customize them to your brand, and watch your visuals come to life. This book is your ultimate guide to Adobe Express, covering every function, from formatting typography to animating your graphics. With practical exercises, you’ll be able to put your newfound knowledge into action and start creating right away. You’ll learn the art of crafting stunning social media graphics, thumb-stopping animations, beautiful landing pages, and captivating videos. Whether you prefer the browser or mobile experience, Adobe Express provides the flexibility to create beautiful content seamlessly. Learning new skills and applying them has never been easier, as each chapter equips you to accomplish remarkable feats. By the end of this book, you’ll have mastered Adobe Express for elevating your online presence.
Table of Contents (20 chapters)
1
Part 1 – A Brief Introduction to Adobe Express
4
Part 2 – Create Graphics with Adobe Express
11
Part 3 – Create a Web Page with Adobe Express
14
Part 4 – Create a Video with Adobe Express
18
Index

How to change the background

In this section, you will learn how to change the background elements in your social media project. To get started, follow these steps:

  1. Select a template from Adobe Express. Refer to the previous chapter to see how to open a template in Express. I have selected a book cover template, which I will repurpose to create a social media post.
Figure 4.1 – A book cover template selected in Adobe Express

Figure 4.1 – A book cover template selected in Adobe Express

  1. Once you have selected a template, rename your project. Navigate to the top-left corner of the page and click on My project. You will then be able to type in a new project name in the field.
Figure 4.2 – By default, your project name will be named My project

Figure 4.2 – By default, your project name will be named My project

  1. I have called my project Cookbook Graphic. Hit Enter once you have renamed your project.
Figure 4.3 – Type in the new project name (for this example, I named my project Cookbook Graphic)

Figure 4.3 – Type in the new project name (for this example, I named my project Cookbook...