Basic Label Design: Sketch to Vector in Adobe Illustrator Premium class

Jestoni Esteban, Graphic Designer • Online Instructor

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5 Videos (36m)
    • Overview

    • Introduction

    • Ideas and process

    • Design Part 1

    • Design Part 2


About This Class

Hello and welcome my name is Jestoni. In this graphic design class, you are going to learn how to design a simple beer label or badge design in adobe illustrator. I have designed this class for beginner to intermediate levels but everybody can follow along. In this class, I'm going to show you my process of designing badges and it can be applied to logo creation as well. I will share with you how I turned my sketch into vector design.

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Jestoni Esteban

Graphic Designer • Online Instructor

Hi. My name is Jestoni. I'm a graphic designer and online instructor. I've been in the designing and marketing industry for seven years.

I make a living by doing graphic designs on the internet and love to communicate with different clients around the globe. I also love to teach and share my knowledge and experience to everybody.

With great knowledge and a wide range of experience, I am now equipped with talent and unique style in designing that I love to share with my students and aspiring designers.