For the Lynda lessons, I chose to dig deeper into Adobe Illustrator. I’ve been using it more and more ever since I learned about it in the New Media Design class when I was first introduced to the software. I’ve always liked it best out of the different adobe design softwares and I wanted to become more comfortable with the controls and functions.

The first few lessons explained the different tools in great detail, which was extremely helpful. I wasn’t aware of some of the different functions of the tools, which makes interactivity with the software that much smoother. Additionally, I learned some neat tips and tricks to make faster edits or edit the workspace. Going forward, I’ll probably spend more time with the software to continue improving my Illustrator skills.