Adobe Illustrator

Tutorials on how to use Adobe Illustrator to trace photos and create vectorized graphics that you can later convert PowerPoint objects or shapes and use in your own presentations.

Top 11 Professional Resume Templates For Making The Perfect Resume

Making a resume isn’t all that hard, however, making it look good can be difficult. Your resume should not only be well-structured and concise but it should also have the ability to instantly grab the attention of the reader. To do this, you can make use of professionally designed resume templates, which come with eye-catching …

Creative Docs: Free Alternative To Adobe Illustrator And CorelDraw

Creative Docs is a free tool for designing vector based graphics. It can be used as a viable alternative to CorelDraw and Adobe Illustrator, with features that enable creating banners, manuals, illustrations for PowerPoint presentations, organizational charts, mind maps, schemas and the like. Due to its elaborate features, it can easily be used as an …

How To Open SVG in Photoshop Using SVG Kit For Adobe Creative Suite

Adobe provides support for the SVG file format using the Adobe Illustrator, however people who use the Adobe Creative Suite might require opening such a file across other Adobe applications like Photoshop, which is not possible without converting the SVG file first. An easier solution to this can be to simply use a third-party tool …

How to use Adobe Illustrator vectors in PowerPoint 2010

Designers may want to use their .ai vectors in PowerPoint to keep all the power of vectorized image. Unfortunately by nature PowerPoint won’t accept .ai vectors in PowerPoint but as you may know the PowerPoint shapes are vectors. However, vectorized images in PowerPoint and other Windows programs uses the EMF format, that is an Enhanced …