By now, you have most likely heard the term drop shipping many times, though you may not know exactly what it means. It simply describes a business model where you sell products that are sourced from another company entirely. When an order or sale is made, you collect the money from your customer and then order the item directly from the supplier, who will ship it to the customer. This way, you do not need to have a supply of products on hand, nor do you even need to worry about shipping issues. In many cases, the supplier might even be willing to use your own custom label.
It’s fair to say that Adobe is the premier company for any digital creative artists. Their software has pioneered into areas of film editing, audio engineering, animation, print design, concept artwork, and of course web design. In this article I want to focus on the web & graphics side of this monolithic corporation’s software library.
Anyone who has ever dipped their toes into graphics design has likely heard about Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fireworks. They’re each known for offering a distinct set of tools for various creative tasks. But how do you know which software you should practice? How can you determine which software would most benefit your goals as a creative designer? Let’s explore some of the primary differences and why you might choose to specialize in one of these design suites.
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