In this article we are discussing about when should you use Adobe Illustrator?.
Slightly older than Photoshop, Illustrator is an equally popular tool in the digital design community. Being a powerful vector graphics editor, it has made equal advancement in the heart of many graphic designers. Though, unlike Photoshop, no one uses the terms “illustrating”, at least not in a way that directly responds to the application itself. The verb has its own meaning, but that is not a contested point to measure the equality of popularity between the two. Though originally designed for Macintosh alone, today it is used in many operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac, and more.
Some features of Adobe Illustrator are:
• SVG export option
• Pixel-perfect design and snap to pixel capabilities
• Built-in design templates and presents
• CSS Extractor tool
• Color synchronization and file packaging
• Free transform option and images in brushes
• Import and export of settings and touch workspace
• Path segment re-shaping options
• Dynamic symbols and perspective drawing enhancements
• Anchor point enhancement options and live shapes capability
• Custom design options
• Magnification options and synchronized updating capability
When Should You Use Adobe Illustrator?
Adobe Illustrator can be used for anything pertaining to non-pixel images, ergo, vector ones. So, to create logos and other vector based designs, this application is perfect. However, you cannot edit any image on this application. Any image created on an illustrator can be edited and changed.
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