Attend our classes below to learn Adobe Illustrator in the Chicago, Illinois (and suburbs). Illustrator is the industry standard for creating vector based graphics. In the below hands-on computer courses we’ll teach you how to create graphics for print, web pages, video, and wireless devices using Illustrator.
Illustrator Part 1
You will learn to draw shapes, manipulate paths, and use color. This class also covers grouping content, basic typography, object stacking order, layers, print considerations, and exporting your work for both print and web.
Illustrator Part 2
You will learn advanced path manipulation and appearance controls. This class also covers patterns, symbols, brushes, gradient mesh, perspective drawing, masking techniques, creative effects, print proofing and exporting directly to web.
Illustrator Part 3
You will learn practical application of content based on what you've learned in the previous Illustrator courses. This class also focuses on content management, streamlining work‐flow and real world design techniques.
"High level overview"
"Great class! Easy to follow "
"Great class, a lot of material is covered"
Kathy, Cabot Microelectronics
"Great!! Brian took the time required to customize the session based on specific questions and practical everyday use. Made everyone feel comfortable asking questions."
Rebecca D., ML Realty Partners
Amber Siple, PTDA
"I actually enjoyed this class. I have taken InDesign prior, but found I am leaving more confidently after this class than when I left the InDesign course."
Nathaniel, DePaul University
"Excellent but really disappointed in the Illustrator 1 Class I took in the city. I learned much more in this class."
Kathie Green, A.L.P.
"Very good session. Today's lessons gave a wonderful overview of the expanded tool set. Angela is a patient and well versed instructor. She has a great grasp of the software."
"Angela is a fantastic instructor. I have taken Illustrator 1 & 2 with her and I am so impressed with her knowledge. I am planning on taking Illustrator 3 in the future."