All of us can use a little help to work faster in some form or another. In this video, you will see how you can edit Illustrator keyboard commands, and also find out a few that I tend to set, to make your design process in Illustrator a little bit easier.
- [Narrator] Let's be honest, all of us…can use a little help to work faster…in some way or another.…No matter how fast you think you are in Illustrator,…there's always a way to work a little bit faster,…a little bit smarter.…I learn stuff all the time, which is awesome.…In this quick video,…I want to introduce you to a few…Illustrator keyboard commands you can edit…to make your work life just possibly a little bit easier.…In Illustrator, with any document open,…you don't have to have any specific one open,…come under Edit, and I almost did it the wrong way.…
And you're going to see we have keyboard shortcuts.…Click on that…and you'll see in here,…we have a set of Illustrator defaults.…Now you can, if you want to,…create your own default set.…That means you can define some that aren't already set.…If you want to change any of these, you can.…We'll just go down and take a look…and see if anything doesn't actually have a shortcut,…we can add it to it.…Honestly, one of the fastest ones I like to set are opacity.…You can actually go in here…
- Setting up artboards
- Using guides, grids, and snapping
- Working with text and shapes
- Creating reusable artwork
- Organizing content
- Exporting assets
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Files
2. Working with Text and Shapes
3. Creating Reusable Artwork and Formatting
4. Organizing Content
Working with layers6m 15s
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