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Maria Clara Daly | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Utilized for everything from single-page print mockups to logo design, super-fast wireframing, flow charts and infographics. Where simple Powerpoint and Word art files won't suffice, we have an amazing way to really bring RFPs, proposals and conference materials to life in a vector (scalable) way that makes amazing graphics for social sharing, web and print use alike.
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Chris Hecox | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 13, 2019

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I use Illustrator almost every day. I am primarily an animator, but many of the project files I am sent are Illustrator files or can be easily manipulated within Illustrator. It allows me to work with files and prepare them for animation, as well as creating new art files when needed.
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Emily Giannakas | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 19, 2019

Use This Every Day!

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I use Adobe Illustrator CC currently to create and design our social media content, print media, and website design. I am the only user, but I am the one that the company goes to with questions, requests, and the like for making sure that our content is fresh, current, and modern looking.
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Robert Brown | TrustRadius Reviewer
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At Lennis Design, LLC, we use Adobe Illustrator CC for vector logos and shirt designs. We also use it for any print work we're producing and having outsourced. It's flexible and the industry standard so we always know the vendor we're working with has a template so we can give them their native format. Working with multiple vendors is much easier when you use the same tools and files.
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Alfred Simmons | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Adobe Illustrator is used mainly by our marketing department for many purposes. It is one of the best tools that we used for designing all our marketing materials that include flyers, brochures, postcards and any graphic designs for our school website or social media. Illustrator provides us with everything that we need for vector and graphics designs.
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Tobie Anderson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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As a graphic designer, I use Adobe Illustrator CC when designing logos. When designing a logo you always want the artwork to be vector so Illustrator is the best program for that. It is worth every penny spent and all the updates to the program over the years have only made it better.
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Holli Drewry | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We have access to educational priced Adobe Creative Cloud licensing. We use Adobe Illustrator in a variety of ways from teaching to professional graphic design. Students use Adobe Illustrator in Architecture, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, and Communications courses. Example professional uses include signage, printed publications, logos, web graphics, presentations, and infographics.
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Jason Wilkinson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Adobe Illustrator is currently used by our 2D and 3D design teams. Not only does it serve its main purpose as a vector design software but it also bridges the gap between 2D & 3D by offering a way of 2D designers to work with CAD files when quick changes need to be made.
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Lisa Cooley | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Currently, we don't use Adobe Illustrator so much, but in the past, it has been crucial to our design work. It's no reflection on Illustrator, it's more that the nature of our work has changed. We've used Illustrator primarily for print design, but I also find it to be far superior to word processors for simple but important things like resumes.
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Maryam Qureshi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We are using it to design events, diagrams, designing banners etc. We also were using to design invites for events on campus. Other uses, programs for events, menu cards for events. Other uses have been event items that we will be designing, mock ups of any types, event proposals of any type.
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Jonathan Cantu | TrustRadius Reviewer
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It's the primary software we use for vector and graphic design. It's being used across the marketing department in support of several retail portfolios including multi-family, office, retail, and events. When it comes to managing the number of projects we have as a team, Illustrator gives us the freedom to create marketing graphics in vector format, making them scalable without pixelation, i.e. if we create an 11x17 sized flyer, we can scale that to 1920x1080 vertical without any pixelation in the end product. This is useful in every area, including digital media, logos, etc.
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Ostap Yaroshevych | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Adobe Illustrator is a must use design tool in our company regardless of beginning a design process with other software. Tool has simple functionality for basic drawing, it's an enormously advanced graphic design tool with many features that can make designing projects easier. I have been able to make things as small as stickers, banners, buttons, and more. The usability is great even you are a designer or marketer.
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David Sedillo | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Our graphic designers and marketing professionals use Adobe Illustrator frequently for vector-based artwork and conversion to prepare and produce artwork for our needs. As the industry standard, it is easiest to implement and train with.
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Hanzhi Jiang | TrustRadius Reviewer
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As a forum, we produce some brochures and background papers for distribution to the participants. We use Illustrator CC to design the cover. It's used by our whole team. It's very helpful and it works well with Photoshop, Indesign, and Adobe CC.
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Darren Megginson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Adobe Illustrator is one of the main graphics products that we use in our IT department to create all the necessary flyer and brochures of the other departments. It's a very flexible tool that allows us to design marketing materials and sometime educational materials to our freshmen that are new to the school.
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Leonardo Barbosa Corrêa | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We are a communication and visual identity company. As such, Adobe tools are critical to our routine. We use Adobe Illustrator CC daily for illustration vectoring, ads and logos creation. It is only used by me, who is responsible for the design area of the company. Adobe Illustrator is the ideal software for working with vectors, edits nodes well and has really advanced features in this area. It is very good for working with text and images, which can be imported without making the file heavier.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use Adobe Illustrator CC at our school mainly in our computer lab. We purchased the entire creative cloud for use in this lab so that our students can get some graphic design experience. They have mainly used Adobe Illustrator to create simple graphics, but myself and another teacher use it for creating more advanced graphics to be used around the school. We have sometimes used it to create fliers to be put around the school, on the website, and to be given to students to take home.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use Adobe Illustrator to create high-end vector artwork (mainly for logos). This is the standard program we use for working with vector art across our organization. Adobe Illustrator solves the problem of being able to provide our clients with a polished, finished product that they can then use in a variety of formats.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use Adobe Illustrator CC almost daily for my companies' many graphic design needs. Illustrator is one of my favorite Adobe products because it is so user friendly but also powerful. I think this program is well-suited for an array of graphic design projects, anything from product design to signage and beyond.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 30, 2019

Amazing for vectors!

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We use Adobe Illustrator for vector graphics including icons, illustrations, and logos. It addresses all of our vector needs. Our entire organization uses it in some form.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Organizationally, Adobe Illustrator CC is used by several different departments. The main departments that utilize this platform are our Corporate Marketing team and our Graphic Design and Website Design teams. Adobe Illustrator allows our graphic designers to create detailed logos, icons, and graphic content for both internal purposes as well as for our clients. Having unique graphic content really helps our brand, as well as the brands we serve, differentiate themselves from the competition and attract new business.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Adobe Illustrator CC is used by our Marketing department, specifically by graphic artists and production artists. We support the marketing efforts of the entire company, which includes national and international offices. Main reason we use Adobe Illustrator CC is because it is one of the most supported, standard design applications available, and it works cross-platform.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Adobe Illustrator is being utilized in many capacities in our creative processes. Marketing emails, catalog and presentation graphics, and website assets. Illustrator is often the first step in many of these tasks because of the powerful and fast graphics generation process. It is also beneficial to be able to work in a scalable image format that can be seamlessly translated into different applications.
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About Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator CC is a vector-based graphic design software.
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