Unleash the Power of Adobe Illustrator

What is Adobe Illustrator used for?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]From designing eye-catching brand logos, to creating breathtaking user interfaces on websites, Adobe Illustrator is a powerful graphic design tool that is used by millions of people across the globe every day. So, what is Illustrator capable of, and how can you harness it’s groundbreaking potential? You’re about to find out:

Cross-Platform Usage

The Adobe Illustrator software allow cross-platform usage for graphic designers on the go!Need to design on the go? With Adobe Illustrator, you can start your design work in a meeting on your mobile phone or tablet using Illustrator Draw or Capture CC, then instantly transfer this project to Adobe Illustrator CC on your desktop to continue the design.
Another powerful aspect of the Adobe Illustrator software is that it ensures seamless integration with other Adobe software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign.
Looking to try your hand at animation development? Transfer your Illustrator graphics to programs like Adobe After Effects and Animate CC and turn your stunning graphic designs into eye-catching videos and animations.

Instantly Scalable Graphics

Adobe Illustrator sports instantly scalable graphics for seamless customisation of your designs.Digital images come in two formats: raster and vector. Raster images are a set number of pixels arranged on a grid, set to a specific resolution. Increasing the image size increases the size of the individual pixels and this causes pixelation (blurry images).
Vector images, the type that can be created using Adobe Illustrator, use pathways and objects that are mathematically defined as you size the image up and down. This means that your graphics created in Adobe Illustrator can be set to any size necessary – without losing image quality at all!


Practical Applications

The Adobe Illustrator software allows graphic designers to unleash their creativityTake a look around and try and spot at least one logo, one image and one interesting font. Chances are they were all designed using Adobe Illustrator! Below are some everyday uses of elements designed with Adobe Illustrator:

  • Brand logos
  • Typography (company names, slogans, etc.)
  • Business cards
  • Websites
  • Vehicle wraps
  • Billboards
  • Posters
  • Flyers
  • Infographics
  • Web elements

As you can tell by now, Illustrator is hands down one of the most powerful tools a designer has at their fingertips in the modern marketing or advertising arena. Unleash the limitless power of Adobe Illustrator with an in-class or online Illustrator course through Academy Class! Connect with us here to find out more…[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]