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Estudiantes, fotógrafos y pequeñas empresas.


Valoración media

2277 reseñas
  • 5 / 5
    En general
  • 4 / 5
    Facilidad de uso
  • 4 / 5
    Atención al cliente
  • 5 / 5
    Características
  • 4 / 5
    Relación calidad-precio

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

Información sobre este software

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
  • Clasificación por patrones
  • Correspondencia de colores
  • Correspondencia de tejidos
  • Diseño de patrones textiles
  • Exportación de diseños
  • Herramientas CAD
  • Herramientas de presentación
  • Ilustraciones de moda
  • Maquetación, impresión y corte de modelos

Las reseñas más útiles sobre Adobe Illustrator

Creativity through illustration is the maximum strength of this software

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5/5
En general
3 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia al cliente
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio

Comentarios: Those designers and companies that need to improve their designs and the performance of their designers, should have this software as a priority among their next acquisitions, as it happened with me, I'm sure that those who start using the software will discover a new world in design thanks to Adobe Illustrator.

Puntos a favor: Adobe Illustrator is simply impressive software, since I started using it I have gone into great depth with my designs. On the one hand, it has a powerful graphic engine defined as vector drawing, which is none other than the mathematical constitution of image design, making the task of designing more precise and visually attractive than the well-known "bitmap". Among the most outstanding benefits I can mention are the following: The software is not so heavy, taking up little space on the hard disk. But even though it seems to be more incomplete because of this, on the contrary, it is the software that offers more tools for design. This is a great advantage as we can see images with a lot of design content on any computer, with acceptable features in your system. Some of the formats are susceptible to the addition of animations, this has allowed me to make designs much more interesting and attractive for the client who requests it. Vector drawing is an excellent methodology because it simply improves the quality of the design, lines, colors, shapes, layers and other characteristics of the design being undertaken.

Puntos en contra: One of the limitations or cons that I can place on this software is that it is not easy to use. When I discovered it, it took me a while to learn how to use most of its tools. So I recommend doing courses and training while using the software, because what makes this software interesting is to use it to its maximum capacity.

Scaleable results

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5/5
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4 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
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Comentarios: I have been using Illustrator for approximately three years now as a student and freelance graphic designer. I still learn new tips and tricks today that allow me to advance my skillset. Whatever issues I had or commands I couldn't figure out on my own, a simple search online has always resulted in numerous answers to the same question that others already had. Problem solving has always been easy with the software as it has become my go-to tool for graphics.

Puntos a favor: Easy to use after some practice. The commands are approachable for a firsttime user and varied enough to fulfill the needs of a very experienced user. It is quite practically a blank canvas for vectors with which you can do anything you might need in static graphics and manipulate to your desire with a drag to copy command. After mastering the pen tool, you might find illustrator to be an alluring alternative to sketching or prototyping by hand because of how quickly things can be drawn out while still be very precise with aid of snapping/ grids. The combination of the shape tool with pathfinder allow the user to reach complexity of forms in few simple steps. It grants any user a higher level of craft without much effort. The more you use it, the more you discover. It becomes an essential tool for anyone who learns how to use it. Essentially anyone can find a reason to use Illustrator and pretty much anyone can get a hold of it within half an hour. Since it uses the same language and ecosystem, the Illustrator environment will be very familiar for anyone who has had the pleasure of playing around with Photoshop. An illustrator document also communicates well across other software for example, motion graphic, 3D modeling & printing, laser cutting, etc. It's a standard that will afford a user plenty of flexibility. If I had to choose only one design tool to depend on for the rest of my career, I would choose Illustrator.

Puntos en contra: Some commands / tools are hard to discover until you are in dire need of them and are forced to do an online search for a solution. There are a few commands that do not match up with other software in the Adobe ecosystem which can get confusing. (i.e Indesign / Photoshop / XD). Based on your computer's GPU performance, you may get strange glitches in the rendering of a graphic when the file gets large which can make working with that file a hassle- this however does not happen very often and there still are many workarounds. Adding effects can make the file sluggish as well. Managing groups and different appearances within a group can become cumbersome as things become nested within the layers. To some degree, the user has to learn the Adobe way of doing things which may not be entirely intuitive at first but makes a lot of sense once you figure it out. For those who are new to Adobe they will have to learn to organize their filling system as assets such as a linked image can otherwise disappear from a file and must be retrieved. Unfortunately, you cannot make sweeping changes across multiple artboards, but instead must individually edit each item.

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