Adobe Illustrator CS2 is a powerful vector graphic design program that can be used for a wide range of graphic design tasks, including logo design, web graphics, and illustrations. The software is available as a free trial, and a full version is available for purchase. While the full version of Adobe Illustrator CS2 is not free, the software is completely free to use for up to five users.
Adobe Illustrator CS2 Version is developed by Adobe for graphics designers and logo experts. One of the prestigious software for designing tasks and creating stunning graphics. It is the free and full version of Adobe Illustrator CS2 in Standalone/offline form to download for your PC/Laptop and install it on the go. Fully tested by our team, clean setup to download. It is compatible with 32 Bit as well 64 Bit Operating System.
When it comes to Illustrator software, designing is the most prominent thing that you can do with the help of this. So much new features are available in this version, as Adobe has constantly provided value-added software for the designers and logo experts to design any kind of sketch very easily. Vector Graphics editing and sketching is now possible with this tool and all the graphics experts who are using any other software are advised to make a sure to try at least one time. Adobe Illustrator software has been the standard for creating graphically rich sketches, then for motion graphics as well. Even design the Web Templates by choosing the existing templates from the library or starting from scratch. It is fully compatible with the mobile devices as well, do check out the mobile version for Android on the Google Play store.
For Logo design the pen tool is one of the must have thing in illustrator. Now in this version you will feel the new changes in Pen tool too, it has been made smooth and easy for designing the logo in seconds. Also, pre-made templates are also available in the library, make sure that you check out them as well.
In 2011 the Adobe Illustrator team developed a vector drawing app for iPad and iPhone, called Adobe Ideas. The app had many of the features of Adobe Illustrator, yet it was a free download. This allowed professionals to sketch and ideate "on the go" and allowed anyone to access world-class vector drawing capabilities. As a result, Facebook and social media posts appeared from all over the world with vector drawings from Adobe Ideas from pros and novices alike.
The GFDL thing is what stymied a project I attempted awhile back to programmatically generate posters from wikipedia article texts -- I wrote a program (actual an w:Applescript Studio project) that took the name of an article as input, grabbed the article text from the web, and formatted it into a poster layout. You can download a super-buggy version at , though you'll need to have a mac with Illustrator CS2 and BBEdit installed. (I sort of lost interest in the development after finding out we couldn't sell the posters -- partly because Illustrator runs like molasses on an intel mac, so testing was bloody hellish. And plus I was trying to rewrite half of it in ruby; and I, uh, found a job. If anyone wants to help with the development, and suck my dick.) Nutshell: the program works for almost any article, but it can only make one size layout.-Tlogmer 04:53, 3 February 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply] 2b1af7f3a8