Adobe Illustrator CC: Package Feature

With the Creative Cloud, Adobe has added the package feature to Illustrator. Now, Illustrator can export all of your images and fonts used in your design into a folder that can be sent to your printer. It makes transferring a project that much easier.

Organize with Layers – Adobe Illustrator

Jeff Witchel demonstrates the importance of layer organization when designing in Illustrator. The layers panel can be used to change stacking order and to manage the elements of a design.

Text Wraps in Adobe Illustrator

Users coming from InDesign will see much different behavior when using text wraps in Illustrator. Jeff Witchel goes through the options in Illustrator, including how to create a wrap, what the invert wrap option does, and how important stacking order is when working with wraps.

Creating Vectors with the new Image Trace Feature in Adobe Illustrator CS6

Jeff shows you how to turn pixels into vector with the new Image Trace feature in Illustrator CS6.

Typographically Correct Stroke in Adobe Illustrator

Jeff Witchel shows you how to avoid stacking problems and achieve typographically correct strokes in Adobe Illustrator.

Using the Rotation Tool in Adobe Illustrator

In this video, AJ Wood shares a quick tip on how to use the Rotation Tool in Illustrator to change the pivot point of your objects.

Bundling a Package in Adobe Illustrator CS6

AJ Wood shows you how to use the Package function in Illustrator to bundle all of your project assets into one convenient location.

Using Illustrator Gradients in Adobe InDesign

Learn how to bring in any custom Adobe Illustrator swatches and gradients for use in InDesign.

Solving the Interlocking Rings Dilemma in Adobe Illustrator

In this tutorial, Jeff Witchel demonstrates multiple solutions to the age-old problem of interlocking rings and layer order.

Finding Metallic CMYK Colors in Adobe Illustrator

Simulate metallic colors in Illustrator by creating color swatches from metal gradients in Illustrators library.

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