Export to other Adobe apps: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom, Creative Cloud etc.
Would be great to have a way to open posts to Illustrator or Photoshop for additional tweaking.
Thanks everyone! Sharing this feedback with the team. Please let me know how you’d like to use this feature (your workflows) so I can share that as well.
Typically Spark is supposed to be the last step in your creation process, but I’d love to hear more about how it could work.
I would also like to have this feature so could add the final touches in InDesign and replace some objects that were done in spark if they appear blurry after export.
I really need help with exporting Illustrator layers into a Photoshop file. I know how to export my layers from Illustrator to Photoshop by going to File - Export - Save as .PSD - Write Layers. This works but only if I have about 5 - 10 layers. If I have more layers then it simply says "Photoshop file could not be saved". I really need this to work and this might sound silly but I need it to work with 75 layers. Has anyone had this issue then solved it? Thank you to anyone that helps.(https://vidmateapp.win/) (https://teatvapk.win/) (https://shareitapp.me/)
Kaley Ramirez commented
i agree wholeheartedly. it'd be great to also be able to import indesign templates into spark as well.
Craig Doriot commented
I agree with @Nils. Spark is great for the social media managers to pump out content, but doesnt have the control of professional design tools. So you need to start by creating the designs in other places and then importing into spark, for the content producers. However, there doesnt appear to by any format you can export/import that preserves layers.
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I agree with this too. Very much needed feature
Hi, I'd like to comment that suggesting we use a mobile app like Adobe Comp when we are requesting that Spark be made downloadable to InDesign does not help the problem. I am on a desktop computer in a marketing department. I don't use mobile apps at my desk to create my marketing materials. I hope you will please make Spark projects downloadable to InDesign so we can create, on our desktops if that is our tool, high res printable projects. Thanks.
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So I take it this isn't a feature already? ie. create your own template in PS etc and import it into spark, with changeable elements that spark users can manipulate much like the stock templates already there... Please make that happen.
I would like for there to be the ability to export individual elements in a premium template. This would allow for me to use these elements in Adobe animate or Photoshop or other Adobe products easier.
Make the icons available in InDesign and Illustrator!
I use spark for fast iteration and layout inspiration. The limited controls (text/box auto-sizing that can't be turned off, unable to enter font sizes directly, aggressive snapping, no zoom) tend to be frustrating towards the end of the process, and I find myself wanting to refine what I've mocked up in Spark in Illustrator.
Adobe: If there is an ideal workflow - where is this documented for the community? Do your devs use this software?
The problem is that Adobe chose to replace a much more sophisticated program (Muse) with the very simple to use, but limited functionality of Spark.
This leaves actual designers with a very limited toolbox for creating content-we are limited to the layout choices made by the Spark program itself (i.e. caption overlays for photos in Page-no option to move them, or adjust their opacity to work better with the specific image).
My preference would be to add additional tweakability within the Spark app itself, but at least if we could open posts in Illustrator or Photoshop, those of us who need a bit more freedom to edit our final designs would be able to do so.
I was just googling how to import Ai files, I agree that it’s a very necessary feature to have in spark.
Teddy Vasquez commented
This would be a great feature to add, and a very useful one at that, as it would make simpler to create visually appealing designs and keep consistency. I'm currently working on a newsletter which I had originally laid out on Spark. I would've loved to export the layout along with the icons I used to add to InDesign for working on the final edits and any other modifications. Please add an .ai, .psd, and .indd export option.
this is my vision of spark as well!
spark should not be the layout platform - it should be used by nondesigners to fill in their content in bulletproof templates. these templates should be crafted in CC desktop software: AI, PS and last but not least InDesign!
@veronica is right, spark should not be the layout platform - it should be used by nondesigners to fill in their content in templates. the templates should be crafted in CC desktop software - this leads to an important point: we need a smart import from desktop to spark!
Even if the PDF export had vectors instead of pixels...
More often than not, I start at Spark and then if I want to adjust something would like to be able to download as a Photoshop or Illustrator file so I can tweet the image. That would be useful.
A Zoom button would also be crazy useful.