Powerful Vector Editing platform suite
Sam Jacob Dev | TrustRadius Reviewer
May 21, 2018

Powerful Vector Editing platform suite

Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Illustrator CC

Adobe CC is being used currently by the e-commerce team for creating vector graphics for e-commerce. This is a powerful vector editing platform that has been used by many others in the industry. Specific to our needs, Illustrator CC helps in bringing out the artwork in greater detail for it to implement. The recent installment of CC is faster and powerful and there is a greater jump in the performance of it. When you are into the whole Creative suite you can cross-reference different files from photoshop and edit in detail inside Illustrator and there is great sync between programs.
  • A powerful program and has a vast set of features that are more suitable for vector editing
  • Improved performance and it loads fast compared to the previous generation of CC
  • Ability to Crosslink between Adobe Creative Suite programs.
  • Great to have support to import other format files
  • Great to have more simplified controls and keyboard shortcuts
  • Has potential for usage of UI elements and interaction
  • Increased collaboration between illustrators and photoshop users.
  • Has more creative freedom compared to Photoshop and time invested in Illustrator for the same artwork to be done in Photoshop can reap greater rewards.
  • As part of the Creative Suite, it is always easy to assign software to the individual team member at ease.
This is the go-to industry standard if you are talking about vector editing platform. This comes a long way and most of the printers have illustrator to serve up for all your print needs.
If you are an illustrator then this is the go-to tool to convert your artistic portrait into meaningful digital illustrations. It can be used more for print media as well as for digital media. The quality of print from illustrator is greater than one that you would create in Photoshop.