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Learn the basics of what goes into creating an infographic.
Create type in Illustrator that’s both beautiful and communicative, whether it’s destined for logos, brochures, signs, infographics, or simple documents.
How to draw vector artwork in Illustrator without having to think about technical concepts.
An expert approach to color choice and control in Illustrator, guiding designers and artists through the three stages of applying color to artwork: creation, inspiration, and editing.
Shows experienced Illustrator users how to create transparency effects and ensure reliable printing results.
A fresh approach to core concepts and advanced techniques in Illustrator.
Shows how to use Illustrator CS5 to create graphics for use in web sites, video compositions, and mobile apps.
Explains core concepts and techniques for any design workflow in Adobe Illustrator CS5.
Demonstrates noteworthy features and improvements in Adobe Illustrator CS5.
Reveals a whole new level of power, creativity, and efficiency with Illustrator.
Explains the elements that make up vector graphics, like paths, strokes, and fills, and shows how to use Illustrator's drawing tools.
Discusses and demonstrates noteworthy additions and features in Illustrator CS4.
How to make a smooth transition from FreeHand to Illustrator, from importing to using advanced effects.
All the basics of Illustrator for new and experienced users, including the interface, drawing tools, editing, filters, and Live Effects.
A handy reference guide to all the common problems and questions with Illustrator CS2.
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