The story of Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Illustrator is the Vector Graphic Software, originally designed for Apple Macintosh. Adobe Illustrator was reviewed as the Best Vector Graphic Software in 2018 by PCMag.
Adobe Illustrator won the ‘Distinction Award’ back in 1989. Infact, users needed to have two windows open on their desktop to preview their work on progress. Illustrator Version 2.0 for Windows got flopped, and Version 4.0 was widely criticized. In 1996 FreeHand, Illustrator, Drawcord, and CorelDraw were being used by designers.
Adobe bought their competitor Aldus; FreeHand in 1994 and Macromedia acquired it in 1995. Adobe acquire Macromedia and discontinued the development of FreeHand Software, while announced to ease the transition to Illustrator. Ability of create multiple artboards was introduced in 2008, and the feature was acquired by FreeHand.
Illustrator is all around you. Millions of designers and artists use Illustrator CC to create everything from web icons and product packaging to book illustrations and billboards.
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