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Adobe Illustrator 2020, What's New?

Updated: Jan 31




As a digital innovative agency that specializes in creative work, MYN Group prioritizes the most up-to-date programs to make top-notch creative solutions for our clients. Click here to view some of our work. We often turn to companies such as Adobe for creative programs to use for our work.


Adobe is constantly providing its users updates for their computer programs. This June, Adobe released the latest version of their program, Adobe Illustrator. Adobe Illustrator is an industry standard, vector-based, graphics editing software that the MYN Creative Team uses. With Illustrator, creatives are able to design logos and icons that are used throughout our websites and ideations.

Adobe Illustrator’s latest updates allow creatives to easily track their documents’ version histories through Cloud technology. Canvases on Adobe Illustrator 2020 now provide users the ability to create on an even larger scale: Adobe has increased canvas sizes for large format projects, perfect for anyone designing billboards or bus wraps.


Additionally, graphics now load at a faster rate upon opening and can be rendered in real-time as designers work. These new and improved features are just some of the many ways that Adobe is improving Illustrator for digital creators.


In short, Adobe Illustrator has made several improvements in the year 2020. As the MYN team continues to use Adobe’s high-tech programs (click here for some examples), we hope that Adobe continues updating to ensure its software is constantly at its best. To learn more about Adobe Illustrator 2020, please click here.





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