Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need to know, part of Time-Saving Tips Using Illustrator CC.
- [Instructor] Hey there and thanks for watching. As you probably already know based on the name this is not an all you need to know about Illustrator course. There are tons of courses on that topic already in the library and I'd encourage you to watch some of those first if you're not already experienced in Illustrator. In this course I'll focus on cool little things that I love about Illustrator and that I feel can help you in your day to day work. Things that you might not have known about or never really understood or just little known things about Illustrator that make working in the program more fun and help you to get your work done easier and more efficiently.
I've kept these videos short on purpose because I know your time is limited and I know in some cases you might be looking for an answer to a question you have about Illustrator and I want to make it easy for you to find the answer by perusing the videos in this course. So please peruse away and enjoy.
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Duplicating objects
- Using custom views
- Saving selections
- Creating global swatches, styles, and libraries
- Building objects more efficiently
- Working with type
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Infographics with Illustratorwith Tony Harmer3h 6m Intermediate
Illustrator for the In-House Designerwith Tony Harmer1h 17m Intermediate
Illustrator: Coloring Artworkwith Theresa Jackson2h 33m Beginner
3. Work with Objects
4. Typographic Tips
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