Variation on solid color background, and/or CC library access. I've seen friends post to Facebook with some simple app for white text on a gradient background. Wishing Spark Post could do this too.
Milan Smith commented
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Deal breaker - why is this not a feature now? My current workaround is to save a background as a svg in a library and apply it from there, but full background gradient control is essential.
It's shocking that there is literally NO WAY to apply any kind of gradient to anything in CCX. Microsoft Word has you beat! The whole app is ridiculously underpowered and just seems like an afterthought. If this is how Adobe plans to compete with Canva, it's utterly laughable.
Christian Evan commented
The images of the vivid gradients appeal to me. However, I am not aware of how to create https://findaword.co/. Downloading the images from free websites is all I'm doing at the moment.
Canadian VC commented
I like the colorful gradient images.. But i dont know to create. So I am simply downloading the imsges from free websites.
We're using CC Express to produce social content. Right now, our team is producing templates for a non-designer to produce content, so having as many features in-tool would reduce how much Photoshop and other design work we would need to do prior to handoff. There are a few use cases where this would be really helpful for our team:
1) Applying a background gradient
2) Using a gradient in a shape fill
3) Applying a gradient as text fill
4) The option to use a gradient as a fill over an image, with the option to control the alpha level of a color too. This would functionally be similar to using a gradient feather in InDesign. We'd use this to darken/lighten a portion of the image so a text overlay is more legible.
The flexibility of the freeform gradients in Illustrator would be great as well, rather than just having linear and radial options. If I had to settle for a single one though, it would be the gradient fill over an image, as that would mean way less photo editing.
I want to use gradient colors for my website https://shortysfoodtruck.com.au/. Please guide me how can I do this. I am not a proper web developer can I do this or I should hire a professional expert for this work.
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Marcelo Lionel commented
With Adobespark, gradient backgrounds are now available. It is amazing how well it works. For my website's page (https://www.machinesrating.com/can-you-use-mulching-blades-without-a-mulching-kit/), I am also designing a gradient background. When it is ready, I will update my website.
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Now, Adobespark is providing gradient background. Their gradient feature is simply amazing. I am also designing a gradient background for my website's page https://fastlabourhire.com.au/carpenters-melbourne/. I will update it on my website after some time.
THE DRIVER commented
Agreed! Solid background doesn't always look good and sometimes, it's better to use gradient
i want to get rid of the gradient overlay on the title of my brand. None of the title options has a plain title with no bar, no background, no line, no gradient.
hmm I too really want to add a gradient colour
Using the Adobe color gradient tool, create gradient, download as .png, then upload to your Spark post. Hope this is helpful. This was my 'go-around' solution.
Now no function to let people color the words and background with gradient color
I would greatly appreciate this too
I can easily add gradient to images and text by using the adobe free stock images but I still have to compromise somethings when I do this. Wouldn’t it be cool if there were a set of swatches or a tool to add gradient to text? The answer is YES!... also an eraser tool would be lovely
I would like this feature too!
Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues commented