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Ultimate Guide to Illustrator for Fashion Design

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And free up more time to focus on things you love (like trend and color research)

You know that Illustrator is required for all fashion jobs. And while you consider yourself proficient, sometimes you feel like certain things take forever.

I know how it feels! I used to do things the roundabout way back when I started designing in 2007. I hated wasting so much time fighting with the software and screaming at my computer.

So, like the big nerd that I am, I geeked out and figured out faster and easier ways to make Illustrator DO THE WORK!

Since I realize most fashion designers are more interested in creating and not nerding out on AI (totally fair), I packaged up the best stuff I’ve learned into my Ultimate Guide to Illustrator for Fashion Design (it’s absolutely free!).

It’s created it just for fashion industry professionals like YOU.

Cut your AI time in half so you can spend more time on the fun parts of your job.

Click here to snag your free copy right now and learn the fastest and easiest ways to draw flats, create colorways and mock up repeating patterns.

You’ll also get the free bonus chapter with flat templates plus the essential fashion designers brush pack.

I know this stuff works, but don’t take my word for it. Here’s what designers are saying my FREE resources and tutorials!

“taught me more than I ever learned in a legit fashion college about Illustrator”

“SO DANG HELPFUL…great to keep my skills fresh and fast!”

“I’ve been working in the industry for 4 years now and still refer back to your videos!”

“I’ve been using Illustrator for about 10 years…these tips were super helpful!”

Click here to get your free copy of the Ultimate Guide to Illustrator for Fashion, complete with 37 step by step tutorials and free templates.



Heidi’s eye for design and expert Illustrator skills carried her from an associate level designer to partner at a fashion design firm in less than 4 years. She has a proven track record of teaching fashionistas industry best practices for using Illustrator so they can beat out the competition and land their dream job.  As an educator and advocate for designers, she helps them more effectively use modern design tools as a natural extension of their creativity.

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