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    Talking I love Adobe Illustrator, do you?

    The title is pretty much self explanatory. The software I enjoy using the most is AI. What is your experience with AI. Share them.

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    I use illustrator for all my logos and anything that has a lot of type. I also, use it within After Effects.

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    Adobe Illustrator is my program of Choice

    I use Adobe Illustrator to do 100% of my design work.

    The key to remember about Illustrator is that it is vector based meaning your resolution will never fail - whether you are making your design 1" x 1" or 100 feet x 100 feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by momentsbytimothy View Post
    The key to remember about Illustrator is that it is vector based meaning your resolution will never fail - whether you are making your design 1" x 1" or 100 feet x 100 feet.
    This is why I prefer to do all of my paper branding/packaging work with vectors, always scalable. AI is my preferred program. I've tried others like Inkscape and I'm never satisfied. Maybe I'm picky but there's a reason Adobe programs are on the pricey side, they're worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriandra View Post
    This is why I prefer to do all of my paper branding/packaging work with vectors, always scalable. AI is my preferred program. I've tried others like Inkscape and I'm never satisfied. Maybe I'm picky but there's a reason Adobe programs are on the pricey side, they're worth it.
    My choose is AI. Ever.
    Anyway, the doc dimension is limited by Adobe, less than CorelDraw, for example. And I dunno the reason. CD for Mac is crappy and AI, still better vector and illustraton app, like default industry for. Just MHO and 2 cents.

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    I'm partial to InDesign but I like that all the apps work hand in hand. One of my favorite features that I often use on Illustrator is its pattern feature. I also love to warp my text on Illustrator and transfer it over to InDesign.

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    I use too for all the logos I'm working on it, but I wish I could use it more :P

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    98% of my design are clean & corporate. I use Adobe Illustrator to do 100% of my design work.

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    i just started using AI and i really love it especially for typography

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    i'd love to, but prefer coreldraw :)

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    I love AI and use it every day at work. I have tried Coreldraw, but I experienced some problems on several RIP results.

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    obsessed with AI, especially for tracing images and creating paths. i LIVE FOR PATHS.

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    From all the Adobe Programs, Illustrator is my favorite! Use it for all my logo's :-D

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    I see I need to buy this:)

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    i wish Indesign and Illustrator were one program.

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