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Design stunning album art that speaks for itself
Create your own album cover. Start the design process by selecting a size and layout for your album cover. You can also get creative and customize the size to fit your needs. Themes are a great way to start the design process. Adobe Spark has numerous themed design templates to choose from. Themes help set the mood for your album cover.
Adobe Spark makes it easy to design custom album artwork. No design skills needed.
No need to hire professional designers or use expensive software, take pride and enjoyment in handcrafting a photo book for your families, friends, or communities to relive your most cherished memories. Create your photo books now. Search by platform, task, aesthetic, mood, or color to have fresh inspiration at your fingertips. Once you find a graphic to start from, just tap or click to open the document in the editor. There are lots of ways to personalize your photo book templates.
Online albums come in various traditional layouts and designs, and are optimized for viewing images on a web page. The Online Album wizard guides you through the process of adding and arranging media files, applying layout templates, and sharing the files. The Online Album wizard enables you to arrange media files only, you cannot edit them using the wizard. To add more media files, select the media files and drag the selected items to the media bin or select the media files and click Add to Media Bin from the task bar. To arrange the media files in a specific order, drag the thumbnails in the order that you want them to appear. Optional Select a template from the drop-down list to choose a different album layout template. Double-click the thumbnail of the template to preview your online album with the template applied. The changed template is reflected in the preview window. The preview window also displays the SlideShow Settings dialog to specify the slide show settings.