Adobe Illustrator CC (2023) Course

Course Details:

Length: 3 days

Price: $1,330/person (USD)

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Training Reviews

Course Features:

Live Instructor Teaching

Certificate of Completion

Digital Badge

Courseware: Print

Free 6 Month Online Retake

Hands-On Learning?: Yes

Software Lab Included?: Yes

Delivery Methods:

Live Online

Individuals and Groups
@ Your Location

Onsite for Teams

Group Teams
@ Your Organization

This is an instructor-led course. It is taught by an instructor live online or at organizations for groups.
For team training, we can teach onsite at your office or private live online.


Course Overview

This 3-day course teaches students step-by-step the key techniques for working in Illustrator CC. The project-based class uses real-world, project-based learning to cover the basics and beyond, providing countless tips and techniques to help you become more productive with the program. Following hands-on step-by-step projects, users create logos, illustrations, posters, and more.

Explore the Essentials workspace that makes learning Illustrator even easier. Learn how to use the Shaper tool and Live Shapes along with dynamic symbols to streamline graphics creation. Create website assets and export them in multiple formats to support modern responsive web designs. From exacting illustration to free-form painting, you'll build a solid foundation in Illustrator as you progress through the lessons. You will learn:

  • Create artwork, from precise drawings to stylistic paintings
  • Make logos, illustrations, posters, podcast covers, flyers, and more
  • Explore selections, shapes, and color
  • Progress to freeform gradients and layers
  • Work with dynamic symbols, artistic brushes, and creative effects
  • Efficiently export assets for the web, print, and more

Register Early: Registration Deadline is 2 Weeks Prior to Class Start.

Course Notes

Adobe Versions That Can Attend: CC 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, & 2018 (Microsoft Windows PC or Macintosh)
Course Taught With: CC version 2023 (Microsoft Windows PC) Software and Courseware

Related Certifications

ACP: Adobe Illustrator Certification

Certification Notes: Certification exams are administered by third party testing companies. Our courses prepare you for the certification exam, which is an additional fee paid to the testing provider. You must contact the corresponding testing provider to take a certification exam.


Course Topics

About Classroom in a Book
Installing the program
Fonts used in this book
Online Content
Restoring default preferences
Additional resources
Adobe Authorized Training Partners


Share for review (Beta)
Retain text formatting when pasting text between Illustrator and InDesign
Automate Illustrator workflows with quick action
More export formats for 3D objects
Improved performance when placing multiple inked files


Starting the lesson
Creating a new document
Drawing shapes
Editing shapes
Combine shapes using the Shape Builder tool
Applying and editing color
Transforming artwork
Recoloring artwork
Creating and editing a gradient
Editing strokes
Creating with the Curvature tool
Applying a brush
Working with type
Warping text
Working with effects
Adding more text for practice
Aligning artwork


Introducing Adobe Illustrator
Opening an Illustrator file
Exploring the workspace
Getting to know the toolbar
Working with the Properties panel
Finding more tools
Moving the toolbar
Working with panels
Moving and docking panels
Switching and resetting workspaces
Saving a workspace
Using panel and context menus
Changing the view of artwork
Using view commands
Using the Zoom tool
Panning in a document
Panning with the Navigator panel
Rotating the view
Viewing artwork
Navigating multiple artboards
Arranging multiple documents


Starting the lesson
Selecting objects
Using the Selection tool
Selecting and editing with the Direct Selection tool
Selecting with a marquee
Locking objects
Unlocking objects
Selecting similar objects
Selecting in Outline mode
Aligning objects
Aligning objects to each other
Aligning to a key object
Distributing objects
Aligning anchor points
Aligning to the artboard
Working with groups
Grouping items
Editing a group in Isolation mode
Creating a nested group
Editing a nested group
Exploring object arrangement
Arranging objects


Starting the lesson
Creating a new document
Saving your document
Working with basic shapes
Creating rectangles
Editing rectangles
Changing the color of a shape
Dragging to round corners of rectangles
Rounding corners in the Properties panel
Rounding individual corners with the Direct Selection tool
Creating and editing ellipses
Practicing making the bird's eye
Changing stroke alignment
Creating a pie from an ellipses
Creating a polygon
Editing the polygon
Making the tail features
Practicing making the foot of the bird from polygon
Creating a star
Drawing lines
Working with drawing modes
Placing artwork from another document
Using Draw Inside mode
Editing content drawn inside
Working with Draw Behind mode
Using Image Trace to convert images into editable vector art
Cleaning up traced artwork
Finishing the logo


Starting the lesson
Editing paths and shapes
Cutting with the Scissors tool
Joining paths
Cutting with the Knife tool
Cutting in a straight line with the Knife tool
Outlining strokes
Using the Eraser tool
Erasing in a straight line
Assemble the first dinosaur
Creating a compound path
Outlining Strokes
Combining shapes
Working with the Shape Builder tool
Combining objects using Pathfinder effects
Understanding shape modes
Reshaping a path
Using the Width tool
Using Intertwine
Assemble the sign
Assemble the poster


Starting the lesson
Working with artboards
Drawing a custom-sized artboard
Creating a new artboard
Moving and resizing artboards
Copying artboards between documents
Aligning and arranging artboards
Setting options for artboards
Reordering artboards
Working with rulers and guides
Creating guides
Editing the ruler origin
Transforming content
Working with the bounding box
Positioning artwork using the Properties panel
Scaling objects precisely
Rotating objects with the Rotate tool
Scale using Transform Each
Shearing objects
Transforming using menu commands
Transforming with the Free Transform tool
Using repeats
Applying a mirror repeat
Editing a mirror repeat
Using grid and radial repeats
Adding the Puppet Warp tool to the toolbar
Adding pins
Rotating pins


Starting the lesson
Creating with the Curvature tool
Drawing paths with the Curvature tool
Drawing a river path
Editing a path with the Curvature tool
Creating corners with the Curvature tool
Creating dashed lines
Creating with the Pencil tool
Drawing paths with the Pencil tool
Drawing straight lines with the Pencil tool
Joining with the Join tool
Finishing the Camp logo
Adding arrowheads to paths


Starting the lesson
Why use the Pen tool?
Starting with the Pen tool
Creating straight lines to make a crown
Continue to draw a path
Practicing by making another crown
Drawing a house with the Pen tool
Practicing by making another house
Exploring curved paths
Drawing a curve with the Pen tool
Practicing by creating more curves
Drawing a series of curves with the Pen tool
Practicing by creating continuous curves
Changing the path direction
Practicing by creating more curves
Combining curves and straight lines
Practicing by creating the other sail
Practicing by creating more curves
Put your learning into practice
Editing paths and points further
Deleting and adding anchor points
Converting between smooth points and corner points
Converting anchors with the Anchor Point tool


Starting the lesson
Exploring color modes
Working with color
Applying an existing color
Creating a custom color
Saving a color as a swatch
Creating a copy of a swatch
Editing a global swatch
Editing a non-global swatch
Using the Color Picker to create color
Using Illustrator swatch libraries
Creating and saving a tint of a color
Copying appearance attributes
Creating a color group
Using the Color Guide panel for creative inspiration
applying colors from the Color Guide Panel
Using Recolor Artwork to edit colors in artwork
Recoloring artwork
Sampling color
Working with Live Paint
Creating a Live Paint group
Painting with the Live Paint Bucket tool
Modifying a Live Paint group


Starting the lesson
Adding text
Adding text at a point
Adding area type
Converting between area type and point type
Area type auto sizing
Importing a plain-text file
Threading text
Formatting type
Changing font family and font style
Activating Adobe Fonts
Applying fonts to text in Illustrator
Fixing missing fonts
Changing font size
Changing the color of the text
Changing additional character formatting
Changing paragraph formatting
Working with glyphs
Vertically aligning area type
Using glyph snapping
Resizing and reshaping type objects
Creating columns of text
Reshaping type objects
Sampling text formatting
Creating and applying text styles
Creating and applying a paragraph style
Practicing paragraph styles
Editing a paragraph style
Working with character style
Creating text lists
Wrapping text
Curving text on a path
Warping text
Reshaping text with a preset envelope warp
Editing the envelope warp
Creating text outlines


Starting the lesson
What are layers
Creating layers and sublayers
Creating new layers
Creating a sublayer
Editing layers and objects
Finding content in the Layers panel
Dragging content between layers
Reordering layers and content
Locking and hiding layers
Viewing individual layersor objects as outlines
Pasting layers
Merging layer into a new layer
Duplicating layers
Creating a clipping mask


Starting the lesson
Working with gradients
Applying a linear gradient to a fill
Editing a gradient
Saving a gradient as a swatch
Adjusting a linear gradient fill
Applying a linear gradient to a stroke
Editing a gradient on a stroke
Applying a radial gradient to artwork
Editing the colors in the radial gradient
Adjusting the radial gradient
Applying gradients to multiple objects
Adding transparency to gradients
Applying a freeform gradient
Editing a freeform gradient in Points mode
Applying color stops in Lines mode
Working with blended objects
Creating a blend with specified steps
Modifying a blend
Creating and editing a smooth color blend
Creating patterns
Applying an existing pattern
Creating your own pattern
Applying your pattern
Editing your pattern


Starting the lesson
Working with brushes
Using Calligraphic brushes
Types of brushes
Applying a Calligraphic brush to artwork
Editing a brush
Drawing with the Paintbrush tool
Editing paths with the Paintbrush tool
Removing a brush stroke
Using Art brushes
Applying an existing Art brush
Creating an Art brush
Editing an Art brush
Using Pattern brushes
Creating a Pattern brush
Applying a Pattern brush
Editing the Pattern brush
Using Bristle brushes
Changing Bristle brush options
Painting with a Bristle brush
Grouping Bristle brush paths
Working with the Blob Brush tool
Drawing with the Blob Brush tool
Editing with the Eraser tool


Starting the lesson
Using the Appearance panel
Editing appearance attributes
Adding anotherfill to content
Adding multiple strokes and fills to text
Reordering appearance attributes
Using live effects
Applying an effect
Editing an effect
Styling text with a Warp effect
Temporarily disabling effects to make edits
Applying other effects
Applying a Photoshop effect
Working with 3D and Materials
Using graphic styles
Applying an existing graphic style
Creating and applying a graphic style
Updating a graphic style
Applying a graphic style to a layer
Scaling strokes and effects


Starting the lesson
Working with symbols
Using default Illustrator symbol libraries
Editing a symbol
Working with dynamic symbols
Creating a symbol
Breaking a link to a symbol
Replacing symbols
Working with Creative Cloud libraries
Adding assets to a Creative Cloud library
Using library assets
Updating a library asset
Working with global editing


Starting the lesson
Combining artwork
Placing image files
Placing an image
Transforming a placed image
Cropping an image
Placing a Photoshop document
Placing multiple images
Masking images
Applying a simple mask to an image
Editing a clipping path (mask)
Masking with a shape
Masking an object with text
Finishing the masked text
Creating an opacity mask
Editing an opacity mask
Working with image links
Finding link information
Embedding and unembedding images
Replacing an image


Starting the lesson
Fixing the missing image link
Packaging a file
Creating a PDF
Creating pixel-perfect drawings
Previewing artwork in Pixel Preview
Aligning new artwork to the pixel grid
Aligning existing artwork to the pixel grid
Exporting artboards and assets
Exporting artboards
Exporting assets



Course FAQs

What are the available class formats?

This course is taught by a live instructor and is available in two class formats:

  1. Live Online for Individuals
  2. Onsite/Online for Private Groups

What is the Adobe Illustrator work area?

The Adobe Illustrator work area is composed of several components which allow users to create and edit artwork. The main components are the menus, toolbars, control panels, artboard, and rulers. The menus provide access to commands for editing objects or performing tasks such as printing documents or saving artwork. Toolbars provide quick access to tools you will use frequently. Control panels provide options for specific tools based on what you select in the document. The artboard is where artwork is created, manipulated, and edited. Rulers are available to assist in measuring and aligning objects in a precise manner. All together, the components of the Adobe Illustrator work area provide users with an efficient workflow for creating and editing artwork.

What are Adobe Illustrator artwork selection features?

Adobe Illustrator is widely acknowledged as the industry-standard vector graphics software. Its selection features are just one of its many impressive capabilities, allowing users to quickly and accurately select portions of artwork for editing purposes.

The primary selection feature in Adobe Illustrator is the ‘Selection Tool’ (also known as 'V' or 'Black Arrow'). This tool allows users to select individual objects, groups of objects, and even the contents of a group. Once an object is selected, it can be moved, resized, reshaped and edited as necessary.

Adobe Illustrator also features the ‘Direct Selection Tool’ (also known as ‘A’ or ‘White Arrow’). This tool allows users to select individual anchor points and paths within an object. It can also be used to access the positioning, size, shape, and color of objects.

Another selection feature is the ‘Magic Wand Tool’ (also known as 'Y'). This enables users to select multiple objects based on their attributes, such as color and shape.

Finally, the ‘Lasso Tool’ (also known as 'Q') allows users to draw a selection area around the desired objects with an adjustable lasso shape. This tool is useful for selecting elements that are not adjacent or grouped together.

Adobe Illustrator’s selection features provide users with the ability to precisely and accurately select artwork for editing purposes. With these tools, users are able to make quick and accurate changes to their vector illustrations.

What are Adobe Illustrator shapes?

Adobe Illustrator shapes are vector graphics that can be used in a variety of design projects. Unlike raster images, Illustrator shapes preserve their resolution when resized or scaled. This makes them ideal for logos, brochures, flyers and other printed materials that require clarity and sharpness regardless of size. Adobe Illustrator includes prebuilt shapes, such as starbursts and arrows, that can be used to quickly add interest and impact to designs. They can also be customized with colors and effects for more tailored visuals. With Adobe Illustrator's wide range of tools, shapes can be combined, re-sized, distorted, rotated and modified in countless ways to create truly unique graphics. All of this makes Adobe Illustrator shapes a powerful tool for any designer.

What are Adobe Illustrator paths?

Adobe Illustrator paths are the basic components of vector graphics that enable artwork to be created, edited and manipulated in an efficient manner. Paths allow users to create precise shapes, lines, curves and other objects. Paths can also be used to combine multiple elements into a single object or have them remain separate while still connected. These features make Illustrator paths extremely useful for creating logos, illustrations, clip art and other artwork. Paths also make it easy to copy, resize and recolor objects without sacrificing quality or image integrity. Overall Adobe Illustrator paths are very important in creating professional-looking designs quickly and easily.

What are Adobe Illustrator transformation options?

Adobe Illustrator offers a wide range of transformation options to help users achieve their desired effects. Through the Transform panel, users can perform actions like scaling, rotating, reflecting, skewing and distorting objects. In addition, Adobe Illustrator also provides tools such as the Free Transform Tool and Perspective Grid which allow for more precise control over transformations. With these various options, users can easily create complex and interesting graphics. Adobe Illustrator also has the ability to apply transformations to multiple objects simultaneously, making it easy to edit large numbers of objects at once. All in all, Adobe Illustrator's transformation capabilities provide a great range of possibilities for graphic designers and other creatives.

What are Adobe Illustrator basic drawing tools?

Adobe Illustrator is a powerful vector drawing tool that offers a wide range of basic drawing tools to help you create professional-grade artwork. The most commonly used drawing tools in Adobe Illustrator are the Pen Tool, Line Tool, Rectangle Tool, Ellipse Tool and the Rotate Tool.

The Pen Tool enables users to draw curves and straight lines, while the Line Tool can be used to draw straight lines. The Rectangle Tool is used for creating rectangular shapes, and the Ellipse Tool for creating circles or ovals. The Rotate Tool allows users to rotate an object freely as well as by specific degree increments. Additionally, Adobe Illustrator has a variety of special tools such as the Warp Tool, which warps an object according to one of several preset shapes.

What is drawing with the Adobe Illustrator pen tool?

The Adobe Illustrator pen tool is an incredibly powerful and reliable vector drawing tool. It offers a high degree of precision and control, allowing designers to create complex shapes using straight or curved lines with optimal accuracy. With the pen tool, you have the ability to draw freehand paths, add anchor points to existing paths, delete unwanted segments, adjust curves, and join paths. Additionally, you can add Bezier curves to your artwork to achieve greater flexibility in creating varying shapes and forms. By combining the pen tool with other features such as gradients, brushes, and effects, there is seemingly no limit to what you can create. All of this makes the Adobe Illustrator pen tool an invaluable asset for any designer.

What are color and swatch features of Adobe Illustrator?

Adobe Illustrator provides powerful color and swatch features to help you create amazing artwork. Color swatches are a way of saving colors that can be used over and over again in your designs. You can define colors, gradients, and patterns as swatches and then quickly apply them to objects in your artboard. With the Color Guide panel, you can adjust colors to match color harmonies and then save the colors as new swatches. The Color Picker feature lets you quickly sample any color on your screen and create a swatch from that color. With Adobe Illustrator's powerful color and swatch features, it's easier than ever to create beautiful artwork with the exact colors you want.

What typography features are there in Adobe Illustrator?

Adobe Illustrator offers a wide range of typographic features that enable designers to create unique, high-quality designs. With its robust set of tools, Illustrator provides advanced control over kerning, leading, tracking and other typographical elements. These tools allow designers to adjust the font size and style, apply text effects and add special characters. Additionally, Illustrator helps designers create custom typography. Designers can use the Vector Shape Tools and Pen Tool to draw their own typefaces or modify existing fonts to suit their exact needs. Furthermore, Adobe Illustrator supports multiple languages for text input and display. This makes it easier for designers to create documents that include text in different languages. With its comprehensive suite of typographic features, Adobe Illustrator helps designers create professional, eye-catching designs.

What are layer features in Adobe Illustrator?

Layer features in Adobe Illustrator allow designers to work quickly and efficiently while producing high-quality visuals. Layers help organize the project workspace by separating elements into different levels. This allows users to manage their artwork easier, as they can move, edit, delete, or hide elements without disrupting other parts of the design. Additionally, layers can be used to apply effects and transformations on specific elements without affecting the other objects in the artwork. This allows for creative freedom and helps maximize a design’s potential. Furthermore, layers can be used to create complex, multi-layered compositions that represent any number of shapes and textures. By utilizing layer features, designers will find they have more control over their projects and the ability to create unique, visually impressive designs.

Overall, layer features in Adobe Illustrator are a powerful tool for designers who need to create high-quality visuals quickly and efficiently. Utilizing layers can help streamline the workflow process while giving users more control over their artwork. As a result, designers will find it easier to create complex, visually appealing designs that stand out from the crowd.

What are gradients, blends and patterns in Adobe Illustrator?

Gradients, blends and patterns are three elements that can be used to add visual interest to graphic designs in Adobe Illustrator. Gradients are shades of color that transition from one hue to another, often creating a three-dimensional effect. Blends allow you to create gradual transitions between two or more colors or shapes. Patterns are repeating motifs or designs that can be used to cover large areas with texture. Adobe Illustrator provides a wide range of options for creating and customizing gradients, blends and patterns in vector illustrations. With its selection of features and tools, designers can create unique graphics that draw the eye and stand out from traditional design elements. Gradients, blends and patterns are essential elements of any good Adobe Illustrator design, and can give any illustration the professional touch it needs to be successful.

What brush options are there in Adobe Illustrator?

Adobe Illustrator offers a wide range of brush options to suit your project needs. These include Art Brushes, which allow you to create custom artwork with each brush stroke; Scatter Brushes, which produce multiple copies of symbols or art objects along the stroke path; and Pattern Brushes, which let you apply seamless tiled patterns along a path. All of these brush types can be customized to your liking and tailored to the specific requirements of your project. With Illustrator, you have access to a powerful set of tools that will help you create professional-looking graphics in no time.

Additionally, if you're looking for more creative options when it comes to brushes, Illustrator provides you with a range of Calligraphic, Bristle, and Blob brushes. These brushes allow you to get creative and expressive with your artwork, giving it an individual touch that will help set it apart from the crowd. With all these brush options at your fingertips, Illustrator offers you the flexibility to craft the perfect piece of digital art.

What are the options to work with bitmap images in Adobe Illustrator?

Adobe Illustrator provides several options for working with bitmap images. The most common methods are using the Image Trace tool, Live Trace and Live Paint.

The Image Trace tool offers a variety of tracing presets to quickly convert a raster image into a vector. Additionally, it allows users to customize their own paths and colors as well as adjust the settings for more precise control over how artwork is converted.

Live Trace, which was introduced in Illustrator CS2, allows users to quickly trace bitmap images and view their results while they are making adjustments. It also offers several presets that classify different types of images such as text, logos or naturalistic art.

Live Paint is a powerful tool that allows users to fill selected areas of an image with color. It can be used to create unique vector artwork from a bitmap image, or simply for colorizing existing artwork. Live Paint also offers features such as gap detection and auto-smoothing to make creating accurate images easier and faster.

By leveraging these options, Illustrator offers powerful tools to quickly and accurately convert bitmap images into vector artwork. This makes it easier for designers to create unique and visually stunning designs for their projects.

What are Adobe Illustrator sharing features?

Adobe Illustrator offers a variety of sharing features to help you create and share your artwork easily with colleagues and other creatives. These include the ability to export files in multiple formats, upload them directly to sites such as Behance and Adobe Stock, collaborate with others on shared documents, or even publish your work online.

With Adobe Illustrator, you can ensure your artwork looks the way you intend it to, no matter where it’s viewed. You have the ability to adjust resolution and DPI settings for high-quality prints, as well as set up multiple artboards to easily navigate between individual pages or sections of a document.

Additionally, Illustrator lets you save files in a variety of formats, including SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), PDF, PNG, and JPG. This makes it easy to share your designs with others in a format that suits their needs.

With its collaboration tools, you can also work on projects with people in real time. Adobe Illustrator’s sharing features make it easier than ever to create and share artwork with colleagues, clients, and other creatives. You can share your work in multiple formats, collaborate on documents in real time, or publish it to the world – all within Illustrator!

Related Adobe Illustrator Information:

How Much Do Adobe Illustrator Training Courses Cost?

Public instructor-led Adobe Illustrator course prices start at $1330 per student. Group training discounts are available.

Self-Paced Adobe Illustrator eLearning courses cost $250 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.

What Adobe Illustrator Skills Should I Learn?

A: If you are wondering what Adobe Illustrator skills are important to learn, we've written a Adobe Illustrator Skills and Learning Guide that maps out Illustrator skills that are key to master and which of our courses teaches each skill.

Read Our Adobe Illustrator Skills and Learning Guide

How Can I Learn Adobe Illustrator, and How Can I Get Certified?

A: Learning Adobe Illustrator can be more challenging than mastering Photoshop, but if your goal is to become certified, you need to get training and 150 hours of practical experience using the software. You can learn Adobe Illustrator by taking advantage of educational resources like videos, tutorials, and training programs. The exact amount of time it will take to get certified can vary depending on your experience and existing skills and the length of any courses that you take to prepare.

More Information on How to Learn Adobe Illustrator and Get Certified

Why Should Beginners Learn Adobe Illustrator?

A: Novices to Adobe Illustrator and those familiar with similar graphics programs should consider working with this software for several different reasons. Illustrator is an extremely powerful and versatile graphics program that can be used across several different industries, like graphic design and publishing, to create projects from scratch. While Illustrator is feature-rich, mastering its basic functions can empower beginners with the skills that they need to create professional projects. Signing up for paid training courses specifically developed for novices can be an important investment for anyone interested in creating beautiful and shareable graphics.

More Information on Why Beginners Should Learn Adobe Illustrator

How long will it take to learn Adobe Illustrator?

A: Adobe Illustrator is a powerful vector graphic design tool that can be used for a variety of purposes, from creating simple illustrations to complex infographics. While the learning curve for Illustrator can be steep, there are plenty of resources available to help you get started, including Adobe's own tutorials and other available training courses.

So, how long does it take to learn Adobe Illustrator? That depends on your starting point and how much time you're willing to commit to learning the program. If you're already familiar with other design software or have some basic design knowledge, you can probably pick up the basics of Illustrator fairly quickly. However, if you're starting from scratch, it will take longer to master the program.

In general, you can expect to spend anywhere from a few days to a few weeks learning the basics of Adobe Illustrator. If you want to become an expert, it will take longer, but there's no need to rush - take your time and enjoy exploring all that this program has to offer. With a little practice, you'll be creating beautiful, professional-quality illustrations in no time.

Browse our available Illustrator training classes or contact us for more information today.

Which is the best way to learn Adobe Illustrator?

A: There are a few different ways to learn Adobe Illustrator. You can take eLearning self-paced classes online or live instructor-led classes, or you can try to learn it on your own. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages.

Taking eLearning classes online is a great option if you want to learn at your own pace. You can usually find very affordable courses, and you can work at your own pace. However, you may not have the opportunity to ask questions or get feedback from an instructor.

Taking classes from a live instructor can be a great way to learn Adobe Illustrator. You will have the opportunity to interact with an instructor and other students. This can be a great way to get feedback and ask questions. However, it can be more expensive than taking self-paced eLearning courses.

Trying to learn Adobe Illustrator on your own can be a challenging task. There are a lot of resources available online, but it can be difficult to know where to start. You may also not have anyone to ask questions or get feedback from.

No matter which method you choose, you can learn Adobe Illustrator. It just depends on what works best for you. Consider your learning style and your budget when deciding which option is right for you.

Certstaffix Training offers both eLearning and live instructor-led classes to learn Adobe Illustrator. Browse our offerings or contact us today for more information.

Is it better to learn Illustrator or Photoshop?

A: If you're wondering whether it's better to learn Illustrator or Photoshop, the answer depends on what you want to use the software for. If you're interested in graphic design, Illustrator is the better choice. Photoshop is more suited for photo editing and manipulation. However, both programs have a wide range of features and capabilities, so it's ultimately up to you to decide which one you want to learn.

Whichever program you choose, Certstaffix Training can provide you with the classes you need to get started. Browse our Adobe training course options or contact us today to get started.

What are the top Adobe Illustrator skills?

A: Adobe Illustrator is a powerful vector-based program that enables users to create sophisticated artwork for both digital and print media. While the software has a steep learning curve, those who are willing to invest the time and effort can develop a wide range of skills that can be used in a variety of creative fields.

Top Adobe Illustrator Skills

1. Creating Vector Graphics: One of the most popular uses for Adobe Illustrator is creating vector graphics. Vector graphics are made up of mathematical curves and objects, which makes them ideal for use in logos, illustrations, and icons. Those with experience in this area can create highly detailed and resolution-independent graphics that can be scaled up or down without losing any quality.

2. Working with Layers: Layers are an important part of any digital artwork, and Adobe Illustrator is no exception. By creating and manipulating layers, users can more easily control the overall composition of their work. Experienced Adobe Illustrator users will be able to utilize layers to create complex graphics with ease.

3. Applying Effects: Adobe Illustrator provides users with a wide range of built-in effects that can be used to add interest and depth to vector artwork. Everything from shadows and glows to 3D effects can be achieved with a few clicks of the mouse. Those who are skilled in this area can produce stunning results that really make their work stand out.

4. Designing for Print: While Adobe Illustrator is primarily used for digital artwork, it can also be used to create designs for print. Those with experience in this area will be able to utilize the software’s powerful tools to create high-quality prints that are sure to impress.

There are many other Adobe Illustrator skills that users can develop, but these are some of the most popular. Those who are willing to put in the time and effort can become experts in this software and use it to create amazing artwork.

Where Can I Learn More About Adobe Illustrator?

Adobe Blogs

Adobe User Groups

Adobe Online Forums

Explore Illustrator Training Classes Near Me:

Certstaffix Training provides Adobe Illustrator classes near me or online, depending on the number of students involved. We offer online courses for individual learners, as well as in person classes at your office for corporate groups. Our trainers are highly experienced professionals with the expertise necessary to help you gain a thorough understanding of Adobe Illustrator concepts and tools. With our courses available online for individuals or in person for corporate groups, it's easy to develop your Adobe Illustrator skills. Start learning today and see how Certstaffix Training can help you reach your goals.



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