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Adobe Illustrator can be used to accomplish many different design tasks, from illustration to app development. This course demonstrates core concepts and techniques that can be applied to any workflow—for print, the web, or building assets that will find their way into other applications. Author Justin Seeley explains the elements that make up vector graphics (paths, strokes, and fills) while showing how to use each of the drawing tools, and demonstrates how to combine and clean up paths and organize them into groups and layers. The course also covers text editing, working with color, effects, and much more.
Adobe Illustrator is used by artists and graphic designers to create scalable vector artwork for use in projects for both print and web. Artists use Illustrator for creating clean visual compositions that can be scaled infinitely without losing quality, creating freehand drawings and illustrations, tracing and re-coloring scanned-in artwork, and also creating wireframes from which to create digital paintings. Designers use Illustrator for creating logos, icons and other complex shapes, setting type for use in flyers, magazines and business cards, and creating web site mockups and graphics for use across multiple screens.
Illustrator isn't just limited to artists and designers though, many people use Illustrator for their projects, and it allows them to create visually compelling and flexible artwork like this. Illustrator also integrates with other Adobe applications like InDesign for print production and digital magazines. Photoshop for use with Smart Filters, Flash for web animations and games or Adobe After Effects and Premiere for use in title sequences and video animation. Whether you're a graphic designer or an artist, Adobe Illustrator offers you a flexible way to deploy your creative vision to virtually any screen or substrate.
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