How Adobe Illustrator Will Change Your (Fashion) Design World

Many fashion designers know what Illustrator is used for in the industry, but there are tons who have no idea what the software actually does.

If you want to get a job as a fashion or textile designer, you’ve probably discovered that Illustrator proficiency is a requirement. Not sure why you need this skill or how designers actually use the program? The guest post I wrote for The Swatchbook will give you a thorough overview how Adobe Illustrator is used to:

  • Create flat and technical sketches
  • Design seamless repeating textile patterns
  • Mock up sketches with fabric swatches
  • Layout linesheets or presentation boards


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