Best software for creating vector art
Updated December 13, 2019

Best software for creating vector art

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Illustrator CC

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.
  • Integration with other Adobe products is seamless.
  • The image trace feature has been enhanced over the years, and in this version it is able to create vector art easily ands with much more accuracy.
  • Working with artboards makes creating multiple versions a breeze.
  • The free distort/transform feature is still difficult to use.
  • The color libraries function is difficult to navigate.
  • Some of the tools that ares supposed to be "just like Photoshop" are not just like Photoshop.
  • Allows me to create logo files quickly and effortlessly.
I have not in recent years used another product like Adobe Illustrator to create vector artwork.
For creating vector, scalable artwork, Illustrator is hands down the best option. Files created in Illustrator will yield a professional result. If you plan on using it to do print layouts, however, Illustrator is clunky and difficult to manage, in comparison to other Adobe products. It is not well suited for multi page documents such as books or manuals.