Adobe Illustrator CC 2015 Vocabulary A-C
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A feature which can be applied to symbols so they are divided into nine slices on a grid. Each slice is scaled independently and corners are not scaled.
A file format that is native to Adobe Illustrator. It is the default file format for documents in Adobe Illustrator.
Add Anchor Point Tool
A tool used to add anchor points on a path.
A design principle that refers to how an object or text is justified in a composition.
Anchor Point Tool
A tool used to edit anchor points using directional handles and Bezier curves.
A modifiable segment within an Illustrator document that allows the user access to multiple panels which may be printed onto separate pages without saving each individual page as a separate document.
Bitmap (BMP) is an image file format that stores the color depth of an image.
A design principle that often refers to the visual weight that is being shown.
The curve between two anchor points of a vector object.
The outer margin around the edges of a document which allow for color to run off the page in preparation for printing, cropping, and cutting.
A tool used to blend the space between two objects.
A mode that affects the way objects on a layer interact with other layers.
A tool used to inflate parts of an object.
Blob Brush Tool
A tool used to paint a shape rather than a stroke.
CSS Properties Panel
A panel which displays the HTML code for a selected sliced object.
A panel that allows the user to access text formatting and customization options easily.
An object which allows only parts of artwork that lie within the object to be visible.
A term that defines the number of bits that are used to create each color of an image. This term is also known as bit depth.
The mode used to define which colors are used to comprise an image or composition. The two most common color modes are RGB and CMYK.
The theory surrounding colors. It is at its core the learning of the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors.
A term used to define contrast in art using color, design, or other subject matter that contrast or are opposite of each other.
Handles on an anchor point used to control the Bezier curve.
A software utility that contains most of the settings for personalizing a system, such as display, power management, and adding or deleting users.
Protection for intellectual property.
Marks that assist the user in cutting the image after printing.
A tool used to add jagged, crystal-like features to an object.