Intro to Illustrator Workshop

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Adobe Illustrator is one of the most popular and effective vector-based applications in use today. This industry standard tool enables an information professional to create information graphics, charts, and illustrations for reports, publications, and presentations. Illustrator also is the cornerstone for many web or video presentations.

Do Microsoft Word’s built-in drawing tools not serve your communication needs? Adobe Illustrator might be the solution.

For an information professional’s print purposes, Illustrator is ideal for arranging text (i.e. resumes, presentations, and handouts). Illustrator is also ideal for the layout of text, shapes, and pictures to create posters, stationery, and graphs.

This workshop will review:

  • The main difference between vector files and raster files
  • An overview of Illustrator’s basic tools
  • How to create images - including charts/graphs
  • How to make PDF files for print and web

There is a $30 fee for this workshop, the fee must be paid for with cash in-person and prior to the workshop. Credit cards and cheques are not accepted and exact change is required. A receipt will be issued upon payment and refunds will not be issued. Zoe Jaremus or Gillian Goerz will contact you via the email you have provided to arrange a time for payment. At the time of payment, the room number and your login for the computers will be provided.

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Information Services, KMDI, and Tech Fund are piloting an initiative to connect professionals and researchers with our current students and our development opportunities by a opening a few spaces within selected workshops to non-iSchoolers or non-KMD students for a small fee.

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