|Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book (2022 release)||
Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book (2022 release)
|Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book (2023 Release)||9780137967179
Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book (2023 Release)
Create artwork from precise drawings to stylistic paintings with Adobe Illustrator. By completing a series of hands-on projects like logos, illustrations, posters, podcast covers, flyers, and more, students will start with a quick tour of Illustrator, then explore selections, shapes, color, and editing artwork. Progressing to freeform gradients and layers, students will build up to working with dynamic symbols, artistic brushes, creative effects, as well as exporting assets. All told, students will create 17 engaging and unique projects, building valuable graphic art skills throughout.
Classroom in a Book®, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, offers what no other book or training program does—an official training series from Adobe, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.
Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book (2022 release) contains 17 lessons that cover the basics and beyond, providing countless tips and techniques to help students become more productive with the program. They can follow the book from start to finish or choose only those lessons that interest them.
Purchasing this book includes valuable online extras. Follow the instructions in the book's 'Getting Started' section to unlock access to:
What students need to use this book: Adobe Illustrator (2022 release) software, for either Windows or macOS. (Software not included.)
Note: Classroom in a Book does not replace the documentation, support, updates, or any other benefits of being a registered owner of Adobe Illustrator software. This book covers Illustrator on desktop only. It does not address Illustrator on the iPad.
Updated for the new Adobe Illustrator release.
Brian Wood is a speaker, developer and author of dozens of Adobe training books and articles. As an Adobe Certified trainer, Brian has been consulting with teachers, designers, marketing pros, business owners and front end developers—all over the country. He has spoken at several major design conferences, including Adobe MAX, the How Interactive Design Conference, the Web Design Conference and the InDesign Conference. He is currently an Instructional Designer for the graphic design segment on the Learn team at Adobe.