Arriving at every solution requires cooperation from both the designer and the client. Here’s how we solved the Soto Consulting Group LLC.
Yes, it’s here. Already. CS6. Too soon. Definitely? Sorry to see it? Definitely not. It’s awesome. Not in the “They’re bringing back Firefly!” realm, but still pretty awesome as an app set.
Strokes are core to drawing in Illustrator, and for Illustrator CS6, the ability to apply gradients on strokes will let designers transform simple paths into visually complex and compelling shapes.
This is Part One of a 3-part video series in d’Joint. It teachers you how to use the simple tools of Illustrator to create an elaborate label for a fictional vodka company. Want More? Go PREMIUM!
A strong logo sets the tone for any venture, big or small. HOW wants to celebrate the phenomenal work you do establishing identity for clients, yourself, a social event—or even an imaginary company!
Chip Kidd doesn’t judge books by their cover, he creates covers that embody the book — and he does it with a wicked sense of humor. In one of the funniest talks from TED2012, he shows the art and deep thought of his cover designs.
When I was a computer newbie back in the day, using the Mac was about taking a leap of faith. You had to see past the shortcomings and focus on the potential, clear in mind that the technology would someday rise to the occasion. And it did.
Join Brenda Sutherland, Illustrator product manager, and she shares an exciting new way to create seamless, repeating vector patterns in Illustrator CS6. Click the image below to watch the video.
After attending last year’s Wordcamp Miami, I was all in for 2012. The team decided to give me a crack at the logo.
Using Adobe Illustrator, the students designed custom masks, cut them out and glued them on sticks.