Adobe IllustratorAdobe Illustrator are even called “The Secret to Amazing Artwork” that Every Designer Should Know

There are various pieces of software in the Adobe Creative Suite. One of the major software is Adobe Illustrator. It is a vector based software which utilises a mathematical grid to map the scalable artwork that comes as a result. Therefore, you can resize the image to be as big or as small as you want without losing its quality.

You can use Adobe Illustrator to generate logos as well as painting with brushes. This software also features numerous powerful type tools for creating dynamic layouts. The recent Illustrator version has managed to work on various pages or Artboards simultaneously. It’s implied that you can design double-sided A4 leaflets without necessarily having to use two documents. Nonetheless, this software has limited capability when it comes to working on multiple spreads or pages.

As a designer, Adobe Illustrator will prove to be very useful when designing small newsletters and leaflets. Therefore, it is a software that you cannot afford not to use. You will find loads of type tools and art brushes to generate fantastic artwork with this program.

My name is Pedro… I’m was born in Sweden in 1968, a moved to Mallorca (Spain) when I was 25.

I have always had a great interest in everything that has to do with tech, and my first computer was bought in 1982.

I started with Windows 1.0 in 1986. In early 2000, I learn about Linux, and today I use Debian. In 2011, I bought an iMac and since then, I have worked with all three operating systems.


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