Adobe has recently released a new app , called Spark.
The app is great for making short informational presentations. you can add images text and voice and then put them all together.
Below is an example of "Spark" I created, it only took a couple of minutes.
Note: I might redo the voice over, I don't think I am enthusiastic enough when I present examples.
The User interface:Starting a project is very clear and easy to learn.
|Project Screen: The yellow + is to add a new project.|
|Selection Screen Pick the type of project you want to create.|
Types of Project:
- Post: Is used to put words on single image. Like all of the posts your Facebook page is cluttered up with, except you can make them educational.
- Page: Is used for a single scrolling page where you can add images, text, links and video. It looks like a nice one page website.
- Video: essentially is a narrated slide show. (See my example)
The answer to, "does it work on chromebooks?"
"Yes, the web version of Adobe Spark at spark.adobe.com is specifically designed to support Chromebooks."*
I am looking forward to using it to make instructional resources, so look to see some google app Sparks coming in the near future.
*Link to where adobe's response can be found.