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Adobe Illustrator CS6
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Operating Systems: WindowsMac
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Terms of Use: One license per user
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Adobe Illustrator CS6 software is powered by the new Adobe Mercury Performance System so you can work with speed and stability on large, complex files. A modern, updated interface streamlines daily tasks. Advanced creative tools enable you to capture your vision better than ever.

Work with precision, speed, and rock-solid stability on large, complex files thanks to a new performance system that powers Illustrator CS6. With native 64-bit support on Mac OS and Windows® you can access all the RAM on your computer to easily open, save, and export large files and preview demanding designs. Just about everything feels faster and more responsive.


Work fast and with rock-solid stability Handle the most complex artwork with speed and stability. Adobe® Illustrator® CS6 software includes the new Adobe Mercury Performance System, with native 64-bit support for Mac OS and Windows® to power such tasks as opening, saving, and exporting large files and previewing elaborate designs.
Efficiently drive daily tasks and favorite features Work more efficiently and intuitively with a modern user interface. Familiar tasks are now streamlined, from inline editing of layer names to precise color sampling. UI brightness is smoothly adjustable to match other Adobe applications or your personal preference.
Design intuitively and with precise control Express your vision fully and more easily with refined creative features. Designing and editing seamless patterns, once difficult, is now direct and intuitive. A new image-tracing engine delivers clean, accurate vectors with easy-to-use controls. You can even apply gradients to strokes.


  • Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor
  • Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 3, Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, Windows 8/8.1
  • 1GB of RAM (3GB recommended) for 32 bit; 2GB of RAM (8GB recommended) for 64 bit
  • 2GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)
  • 1024x768 display (1280x800 recommended) with 16-bit video card
  • DVD-ROM drive compatible with dual-layer DVDs
  • Some features in Adobe® Bridge rely on a DirectX 9–capable graphics card with at least 64MB of VRAM


  • Multicore Intel processor with 64-bit support
  • Mac OS X v10.6.8 or v10.7
  • 2GB of RAM (8GB recommended)
  • 2GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on a volume that uses a case-sensitive file system or on removable flash storage devices)
  • 1024x768 display (1280x800 recommended) with 16-bit video card
  • DVD-ROM drive compatible with dual-layer DVDs

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Adobe Illustrator

Really, if you're looking to create vectors of any scale, Adobe Illustrator will do it, and it is still industry standard. Yeah, there is Inkscape, which is free, but I personally don't like the interface, it feels clunky. Plus, the likelihood is pretty high of going to another company and them preferring Illustrator skills.

Creating small graphics, icons, full packaging, flyers, converting raster images to vector, even creating booklets. As with any Adobe program, it's a solid program and helps us get our work done.


This thing is a solid vector editor. From pen tool, to brushes, fancy lines or simple, Illustrator has you covered. Being able to convert raster to vector comes in handy fairly often. It isn't perfect, but considering some of the images I pass through it does a nice job. Some things like gradients and figuring out how to do rounded corners can be a bit tedious, but not bad once you figure it out.


I dislike that Adobe Illustrator sometimes does not display artwork exactly and that I have to turn on Pixel Preview to see it exactly.

Andrew T - 2019-09-11

A daily to that is easy to use.

The biggest obstacle I have come to is when using SVGs. SVGs can be only used with radial or linear gradients. When you use a complex mesh with an svg it creates an image that it has to reference. When you are putting the SVG into a library it cannot reference an image.

We create a library for our clients that can be scaled down for tablet presentation usage or scaled up for larger screen projects. The ability to save out assets as an SVG has helped build a reliable library.


I use Illustrator every day at work, which isn't surprising seeing as I work for a design based company. I love the crisp artwork that you can create with the program. It's perfect for building logos, creating alpha maps for 3D materials and perfect for pasting the creative process in one space.


The biggest issue that I've had recently with illustrator is that there are times when you click off a shape with a gradient and it either moves the gradient or changes it entirely.

Mikaela W - 2019-09-04

Illustrator: The Easiest Adobe Suite Program to Use

Some problems I personally am solving with illustrator, are navigating getting out of my comfort zone within the program and trying out new skills. Some benefits I have realized are using pixel preview to make sure that exporting my work comes out to par before I export it; it's always frustrating when you export something and it is entirely different from what you imagined. Trial and error within the app is possible is a benefit rather than exporting and redoing.


Illustrator's best qualities are the simplicity and accessibility of the dashboard, the simple and non-destroyable graphics, the ease of using the "undo" button with your work, and similarly, the quality of pieces after they have been exported.


One downside of Illustrator is the difficulty of creating gradients; it is easier if one has the Adobe Suite to create gradients in Photoshop instead.

Olivia J - 2019-09-10

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