Overall Satisfaction with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite
We use CorelDraw to create art, as well as manufacturing renderings/plans for indoor and outdoor signage. It is used by our Graphic Design team on the front/sales end of a project and by our Project Management team on the back/manufacturing end of a project. On the artistic side, our Graphic Design Team incorporates customer PMS Pantone colors, architectural features, and new design elements to generate a rendering for the customer that would give them a realistic idea of what their sign could look like. Project Management uses dimension tools and 2D design elements to show our fabrication team exactly what would need to be manufactured.
- ROI is good.
- Ease of use increases productivity.
Corel is as good as Adobe Illustrator but cheaper. It is easier to use than Inkscape, however, Inkscape is free. I chose Corel because I learned it 10+ years ago and transitions were easy enough, affordable enough that I didn't have to relearn or break the bank to continue with Corel.
I've never had a problem getting support. The product has always worked flawlessly. Any time it has locked up or crashed, it has been on a big file and likely my machines lack of capacity rather than the software itself. CorelDraw is a very stable and reliable software, the company representatives have always been polite and professional.
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Corel Draw is great. The price point is not as high as some other comparable software, but lower would be more appealing, as there are free versions of similar software on the market that give Corel a good run for their money. Perhaps a 'startup' subscription for new companies or users?