ScreenCastOnline Tutorial for Vector Designer

Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline stays very busy producing his weekly screencast. Last week's episode was a tutorial on VectorDesigner, a piece of software included in the January MacHeist bundle. I bought the bundle, downloaded the software and filed away my new serial numbers, then got busy with all of my current projects.

I own Adobe Illustrator. I can't say I use it much, but I occasionally work with a client who needs help and I can usually figure out what is wrong or I can point them to a good resource for help. The learning curve for Illustrator is so steep, that I just never use it for my own projects.
Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline stays very busy producing his weekly screencast. Last week's episode was a tutorial on VectorDesigner, a piece of software included in the January MacHeist bundle. I bought the bundle, downloaded the software and filed away my new serial numbers, then got busy with all of my current projects.

I own Adobe Illustrator. I can't say I use it much, but I occasionally work with a client who needs help and I can usually figure out what is wrong or I can point them to a good resource for help. The learning curve for Illustrator is so steep, that I just never use it for my own projects.

However, I certainly need a tool to help me produce vector graphics easily – and oh, yes, I need a quick tutorial to get me going. Don's latest screencast has caused me to take a fresh look at VectorDesigner. His tutorial is easy to follow and in less than 30 minutes, I now feel ready to tackle a project or two.

Be sure to check out the ScreenCastsOnline shownote if you want to buy a copy of VectorDesigner as Don has secured a $10 discount for his listeners.

There is a new MacHeist bundle. Check out the details at the web site and be sure to look for more tutorials at ScreenCastsOnline!.
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