Adobe Illustrator

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Adobe Illustrator

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¿Quién utiliza este software?

Estudiantes, fotógrafos y pequeñas empresas.

Valoración media

4348 reseñas
  • En general 5 / 5
  • Facilidad de uso 4 / 5
  • Atención al cliente 4 / 5
  • Funciones 4.5 / 5
  • Relación calidad-precio 4.5 / 5

Detalles del producto

  • Precio de partida $9.99/mes
  • Versión gratuita No
  • Prueba gratis No
  • Implementación Instalado: Mac
    En la nube, SaaS, web
    Instalado: Windows
    Móvil: nativo de iOS
    Móvil: nativo de Android
  • Formación Seminarios web
    Documentación
  • Asistencia En línea

Datos del proveedor

  • Adobe
  • https://www.adobe.com/products/illustrator.html
  • Fundada en 1982

Sobre Adobe Illustrator

Adobe permite a los estudiantes, fotógrafos, y pequeñas y medianas empresas crear bellos diseños de ropa gracias al fácil acceso a todos sus recursos favoritos, como imágenes, colores, pinceles y estilos de letra. Te permite a ti y a tu equipo trabajar en computadoras de escritorio y en dispositivos móviles. Los precios van desde 9,99 a 49,99 dólares al mes.

Funciones de Adobe Illustrator

  • Almacenamiento de modelos, colores y obras de arte
  • Correspondencia de colores
  • Correspondencia de tejidos
  • Diseño de patrones textiles
  • Diseño, impresión y corte de patrones
  • Exportación de diseños
  • Graduación de patrones
  • Herramientas CAD
  • Herramientas de presentación
  • Ilustraciones de moda

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Las reseñas más útiles de Adobe Illustrator

Illustrator is An extension of my hand

Traducir con Google Revisado el 13/2/2019
Tawanda M.
CWBTS
Gestión de organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro, 1001-5000 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña 
5/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia técnica
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: Illustrator is the most professional and flexible vector graphic software out there on the market. My creativity suddenly increased as i transitioned to Illustrator because the powerful features it offers allow me to fell like I'm using my freehand. Sometimes it even allows me the odd accidental design inspiration. I like the fact that you can connect it to Adobe Bridge for further functionality and automation of repetitive tasks.

Puntos a favor: I mostly love the path finder, shape builder and expand functionality as it allows me to create unlimited complex shapes which can be single units as opposed to grouped elements. I'm a fan of monograms so this features allow me to create monograms easily no matter how complex my graphic starts out as. I like the fact that it handles scale-able vector formats exceptionally well (svg, vector, pdf). I like the arrange and distribute functions which afford me the luxury of unprecedented precision while aligning and positioning my graphics on the artboard. I especially love illustrators ability to create custom strokes and fills over graphics and be able to expand them into shapes for further manipulation. This flexibility is everything i ever wnated in a vector graphic software. The way Illustrator implements this is just right for me. I enjoy the various workspaces which suit different design professionals and their preferences. The various effects that it offers for example the arch effect allow me manipulation capabilities that extend my creativity to insane levels. Illustrator is my got to software for everything graphic even for projects that are in the bitmap domain as it handles those equally well compared to traditional raster/bitmap applications. The artboard system is another one of my favourite features espeially when exporting or alinging items based on artboard.

Contras: It can be a put off the fact that Illustrator as a relatively steeper learning curve. The multitude of features that it offers and its workflows can be difficult to comprehend at first.

Long-time Adobe User

Traducir con Google Revisado el 17/1/2019
David P.
Marketing & Communications Manager
Diseño, 10.001+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
5/5
En general
4 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
3 / 5
Asistencia técnica
3 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: My overall experience with Adobe Illustrator, and other Adobe products, has generally been good. However, since they moved to a subscription model, I have run into several glitches that required re-authorizing the software on my computer, and in at least once instance I was unable to connect to Adobe's server, couldn't authorize my software, and lost a day of work time when I was on a deadline.

Puntos a favor: Having worked in graphic design for 25 years, I have used many iterations of Adobe Illustrator, and currently use Illustrator CC on a daily basis. I also used to teach an Illustrator course at a local community college. What I like most is that the core functions have remained largely the same over time, and the software is mature and stable. It's actually the only program I've ever used for creating vector graphics, so I don't have anything else to compare it to, but I find Illustrator to be intuitive, and the learning curve for competence is average for a design program. I typically use Illustrator for logos and infographics, and it is ideally suited to those tasks.

Contras: My main complaint with Adobe Illustrator is that certain tools which share similar functions across programs in the Adobe line-up - most notably, Photoshop and InDesign - don't operate consistently. For instance, the resize tool in Illustrator works differently than it does in Photoshop, and it works differently in Indesign, compared to the other two. My other main complaint is that Adobe has changed the icons for several of the tools in the tool bar, and changed the arrangement of tools, for no apparent reason. This creates a lot of unnecessary confusion, particularly for long-time users who have grown accustomed to the old tool bar that remained relatively unchanged for many years. The new icons are no more intuitive than the old ones, and in some cases they are less. Now that Adobe has gone to a subscription model, and doesn't need feature updates to drive software sales, most professional Illustrator users (and Adobe Creative Cloud users) would prefer the company focus on security updates and stop fixing things that aren't broken.

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