Differences between Adobe Illustrator and Affinity Designer

Adobe products have been mainstream for a long time. Often it seems that they developed right from the beginning when digital era was born. They have been compatible both for Mac and Windows machines and have given ultimate design experience to millions of designers and customers. E.g. our team uses Illustrator and CorelDraw to create different vector images. As an alternative to Adobe Illustrator (AI), Affinity Designer (AD) app was created, which was first only available on Macs. Recently, AD hit the PC market and as a follower of the Affinity Designer and Photo Group I decided to ask [...]


We recently updated our website. The update is part of our constant business development approach which is aimed at making the vector service more convenient and user-friendly for our customers and partners. We truly loved our old homepage, as we laid our foundation from there and moved slowly forward making significant touchups and modifications. However, with the development of the technology, design trends and customer’s feedback the original website seemed a bit outdated both in its structure and design. That’s why we decided to drift away from the initial webpages and give new [...]


Have you ever wondered where you can find high quality vectorized images? If you try to search in Google using “vector image” combination, first results will pop up well-known Rolyalty Free Stock photos such as Shutterstock, iStockphoto, Adobe Stock, etc. They provide abundant database of vector images created by world wide artists. Even though their works are impressive, breathtaking, not always customers want to buy ready-made pictures. Often people have old photos, sketches of their ideas, company logos in raster file format and they simply wish to turn them into vector to [...]


In the visual and virtual world of art, often big size vector images are exported to JPEG file formats by choosing the lowest file size. This is done for different reasons, to help websites load faster, which significantly affects on the loading speed, to have more space on (flash) drive or cell phone to open files faster, and so on. However, the smaller is the size of JPG photos, the more data loss occurs among the pixels of the image which causes decrease of the quality. Recently the news of a new JPG algorithm that reduces the size of the image by 35 per cent hit the  [...]