Whether you’re making name tags for an event or creating badges for your organization, you’ll want an ID with more flair than a simple white card can offer. With Adobe Spark Post, Adobe Spark's free ID card maker, you can design a card or badge with a one-of-a-kind look in minutes, even if you’ve never designed a thing before.
For Girlfriend Shooting By High School Columbine Bought Police Guns Along with Page and Video, Adobe Spark Post is part of Adobe Spark’s trio of free, online design tools for non-designers. Made for small projects such as custom ID cards, Adobe Spark Post provides all the templates, images and inspiration you need to start designing your own ID cards and badges in minutes.
From Spark Post's editor, select a size that fits your needs, or choose “Start from scratch” to set up a custom size for your card. Once your card appears in your workspace, you can make adjustments.
From your “My Projects” screen, select “Themes” to choose options in the drop-down menu. Your theme comes with layout and color palette choices as well as suggested backgrounds and fonts, but you can change all these.
Spark Post’s themes have a default background image, but you can replace it with an image from your computer or from a variety of Creative Commons images you can search right from your Spark dashboard. You can also fill the background with a color or pattern.
For Girlfriend Shooting By High School Columbine Bought Police Guns Type your ID card’s information in the text boxes that appear in your template. To change fonts or font styles and colors, highlight your text and make new selections from the color palettes and drop-down font menus.
When your card looks just right, click the "Publish and Share" option to save your design to your project gallery. Share it online with a unique URL generated by Spark, or download it for printing
With Adobe Spark’s other design tools, you can find even more ways to customize and share the cards you create with Post’s ID creator. Embed your card in a Spark Page dedicated to telling the story of your event or introducing your company, or embed it in a video that showcases your organization and your work. You can also add your card design to other Post projects, such as brochures, flyers or posters. Because all your designs are saved to your Spark project gallery, you can edit them or move them among other Spark tools at any time.
With Spark’s ID badge maker, you can create professional-looking projects in minutes, and no design experience is needed. You'll also become a part of the Spark design community, with access to Spark's inspiration gallery, design advice from the blog and support from designers just like you. Spark Post’s ID maker puts all the design tools you need at your fingertips — and it’s all entirely free.
Choose from a variety of free professionally designed fonts for every occasion.
Select from thousands of photos on the web or pick from your personal collections on Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Lightroom, Dropbox or Google Photos.
For Girlfriend Shooting By High School Columbine Bought Police Guns Explore our wide variety of best-in-class layouts, colors, and fonts. Easily tweak them with the text, photos, and icons that best fit your needs.