Adobe Express enables anyone to quickly and easily create standout social graphics, logos, flyers, banners, and more on the web and mobile. The best part is that you don't need to have any design experience to use it, and even if you do have design experience, it's the perfect time saver to create quick graphics. As a creative entrepreneur, I'm always looking for new tools to take my work to the next level and save me time.
The easiest way to create and share
Get started by choosing from tons of unique and professionally designed templates to inspire and get you started
Quickly remove a background, convert JPG to PNG, videos to GIF, merge a video, change video speed, and more
Apply your brand to your content in just a tap
Collaborate and create with your colleagues through shared templates and libraries
Create stunning designs
Access the entire diverse, royalty-free Adobe Stock photo collection* created by the world’s best professionals from within the Adobe Express app
Choose from over 20,000 licensed, Adobe fonts as well as from our collection of curved type sets, grids, and beautiful font pairs
Bring your content to life with animations
Apply standout photo effects in seconds
You can access Adobe Express on desktop via express.adobe.com** or download the app via Google Play or iOS App Store. It's free to use by anyone. If you have a Creative Cloud subscription you will also get access to premium features. If you don't have a Creative Cloud subscription and would like to try out the premium features, you can access a free 30 day trial** HERE.
If you've never used Adobe Express, the below You Tube video is the perfect place to start!
One feature which is so easy to use is the remove background tool, which I recently used for creating my Adobe Express Ambassador announcement on social media. You can access it via the Remove Background Quick Action.
I also really love being able to access layers so you can easily edit individual design elements as well as reordering them via drag and drop.
If you download your design as a PDF, you can open it in Adobe Illustrator and have access to the individual layers. Another bonus is that shapes and text are in vector format for further manipulation.
As I have a Creative Cloud Subscription, I really love that I can access my Creative Cloud libraries and utilise things such as colour palettes or design assets that I have saved there through other Adobe products. You can access libraries via the tool bar on the left hand side on desktop as shown below.
I'd love to hear what you think! Comment below with how you think Adobe Express will help you in your business.
* Adobe Express membership required. The Adobe Stock photo collection does not include Premium or editorial content. Limited Adobe Stock functionality available in the web page and video features.
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