Understand the role of Creative Cloud libraries in the design process.
- [Instructor] So now our logo is complete.…What we need to do is file, tidy up,…and create a couple of other versions potentially.…In fact, it's always a good idea to do this anyway.…And then, we're going to look at Creative Cloud Libraries.…So first of all, what I'm going to do is…resize the artboard to this artwork.…I'm going to tap Shift + O,…which gets me the artboard tool.…It's here in the toolbox down towards the bottom.…
And then, I'm going to fit the artboard to the window,…Command or Control + 0,…and you can see we've drawn that nice and small, like so.…I'm going to drag one of the corners.…There are commands, actually, to fit this to artwork,…but I prefer doing it this way…while I'm talking to you anyway.…And I'm just going to drag that across…just to get that on the artboard there, like so.…Nice, and I kind of like the fact that…it's got this sort of balance that goes around a bit.…
This isn't perfectly centered, and I like that…because there's less weight.…This side's all good, I like it.…So, there we are, our artboards are now ready.…
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
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