GA D.C., 1776
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington D.C. 20005
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In this workshop students will learn to understand the appropriate uses for Illustrator, the difference between vector and raster graphics, and how to create complex graphics with simple components and tools. We will cover a clear step-by-step process discussing how pixels and inches are measured; work with paths, pen tools, layers, fonts, and more. Students will learn the difference between saving their work for web, print and mobile, and determine the appropriate use for various file types, such as ai, psd, eps and pdf. Finally, workflow techniques and housekeeping of layers and shapes to make collaboration easy are discussed.
-Identify the components and capabilities of Adobe Illustrator - Create basic shapes - Create custom paths - Create graphics that contain custom text - Customize objects and basic shapes - Organizing artwork - Prepare documents for deployment - Illustrator Tips & Tricks
Laptop with Adobe Illustrator C6 or above installed Trial download is available from Abobe.com Touch Screens and Tablets welcome
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