Adobe Illustrator is Amaazzingggg
May 21, 2018

Adobe Illustrator is Amaazzingggg

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

Adobe Illustrator CC is used by my organization to design, illustrate, and edit graphics, logos, and other company assets. It's currently used by the Marketing Department which is comprised of only 4 people, one with working knowledge of the program. Adobe Illustrator CC allows internal access to a lot of documents that were created by external designers or contributors. It allows the company more range to edit and manipulate the templates and other company assets used throughout the company.


  • I think that this program is the most advanced of all the creative suite and allows the exportation of templates!
  • The Adobe Illustrator CC team has done a great job incorporating other program features so that all the programs offer similarities which allows for a smooth transition when working with multiple programs at once.
  • This program allows the user to create new objects using the pathfinder window. This feature really allows designers to go above and beyond when creating illustrations and illusions.


  • I strongly believe all Adobe Creative programs should automatically check spelling and grammar but also have an option to turn it off.
  • We're a part of a digitally literate world, the program should have a responsive design.
  • Allow a visual customization option for the program interface.
  • Having this program has allowed for personal and professional financial savings instead of hiring expensive external designers.
  • It's improved the skill set of my team.
  • It encourages employees to be creative and provides samples and free templates for inspiration.
I have not used any competitive programs and would not even attempt to try them.
This program should be used to create illustrations and should not be used to manipulate photos or create print documents.


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