Adobe Spark Page – Now Available on the Web (formerly Adobe Slate)

Adobe Spark

For those of you who haven’t been introduced to Adobe Spark Page, I have to tell you that I absolutely love this simple storytelling app from Adobe. In the past, Spark Page creations were limited to the iPad, but I’m so happy to announce that it is now available on the web. This means that you can create and tell your story with Spark Page from your desktop!

Here is an example of a Spark Page that I created on my flight back from New Zealand earlier this year.

New Zealand
(Click/tap the image to see the photographs.)

Whether you are a student, teacher, small business owner, or someone who wants to document a lifetime of events, with Adobe Spark Page you can easily design and share visual stories that look beautiful on any device.

Click here for more information about Adobe Spark Page.

Adobe Spark

Posted on 11-02-2015


  • By Cheryl M - 6:45 AM on November 2, 2015  

    Oh my! What a breathtaking tour you created! Thanks so much for sharing “Slate” with us and your journey!

  • By Matt O'Brien - 12:12 PM on November 2, 2015  

    Slate has potential but ….

    1. A pity Adobe do not allow me make use of Title and Caption metadata. Images I wish to share have already been pre-populated in Lightroom with the Title and Caption metadata, so I will use an alternative tool where I do not have to re-type. Adobe do not seem to grasp the value of efficient use of metadata. This is also demonstrated with non-availability of metadata features on Lightroom mobile.
    2. The scrolling screen format is tedious after a while. The ability (ie option) to scroll one page / screen at a time would improve the end user experience.

    Slate has a lot of potential in my view, but currently a ver 1 product.

  • By Ernie Sears - 3:11 PM on November 2, 2015  

    Slate is a great product for creating attractive and easy photo stories. I have used the iPad version and find it to be a very useful tool. I hope future enhancements will include 1) the ability to embed video and even more useful, 2) the ability to place the story directly into a Adobe Muse website without having to use an iframe. Meanwhile, thanks Adobe for this free version of the program!

  • By Marc Van Langendonck - 4:13 AM on November 5, 2015  

    And to have the ability to include a audio time line.

  • By Robert - 9:33 AM on November 8, 2015  

    You can embed pages created using Adobe Slate in a Muse website… See an example here

    BTW Matt… if you use a Lightroom Collection to add images to a Slate page it will automatically use the Title add Caption info.