Tag Archives: Illustrator

Matt Roman  

Technical Tricks for Working Faster in Illustrator   August 6, 2019

As a designer, there’s a valuable amount of time that goes into conceptualizing an idea when working on a new brand or project. It’s arguably the most important component of the work we do. Being able to really dig into each aspect during the beginning phases and then expand upon that research is vital to a successful end product and Continue Reading


Tools of the Trade   January 12, 2010

An acquaintance recently asked me if I prefer working in Photoshop or Illustrator. This is a fair question I suppose, but it’s really about as fair as asking a carpenter if he prefers hammers or saws. A better question for a carpenter might be “Do you prefer hammering or cutting?” Unfortunately I don’t have as simple a question to ask Continue Reading