Affinity Designer is a revolutionary vector design software that since its launch in 2014 has accumulated the most prestigious awards in the sector, such as the Apple Design Award or the Windows Developer Award. But how does this alternative to Illustrator work? Ros ( @ros_vectors ) vector master and graphic designer specialized in data visualization and high-end presentation design teaches us in this tutorial the basic keys of Affinity Designer that you should know to get started with the software.
You can watch the video below: 10 Basic Affinity Designer Keys for Beginners 1. Vector Design with Photoshop Elements Affinity Designer is an alternative to Illustrator that also has certain Photoshop elements. In addition to the typical functionalities Banner Design of vector design programs, there are others more focused on image editing, such as Gaussian blur, noise, adjustment layers and a small retouching workshop. Also, it allows you to precisely crop images with its cropping and selection tool.
Affinity Designer Tutorial: The 10 Basic Keys for Beginners 4 2. It is compatible with the other formats Affinity Designer allows you to import the vast majority of vector and bitmap formats. It's useless for it to be a powerful program if it doesn't work well with existing formats and in this case the software more than complies. Affinity Designer Tutorial: The 10 Basic Keys for Beginners 6 3. Advanced export This program exports in multilayer and editable formats, such as psd or vector pdf. In addition, it incorporates an environment that allows you to export layers and sectors in different layers and batch formats.