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You need help drawing incredible artworks with the advanced vector graphic design app Vectornator?
With this manual you can learn everything you need to understand Vectornator and become familiar with all its gestures and hidden features for a fast workflow.
- Start with an overall introduction of basics of Vectornator
- Jump directly into a tour guide through following menus - Edit, Layers, Library, Settings, Export and Color Picker
- Become familiar with all available tools
- Learn how advanced feature such as creating outlines from text work
- Get a grip on hidden features, such as precision sliding
To make it as easy as possible, we have added screenshots and explanations directly inside the manual. It is important for us that you quickly get a feeling about all kinds of behavior.
You have further questions or need help? We are always happy to hear from you! Please contact us directly via email@example.com.
Not useful: maybe 7 pages of info spread over 70+ pretty pages
i think they got an artist -- instead of a teacher or a writer -- to create this "manual." Apparently, they don't understand the concept of learning styles. Or maybe their assumption that everyone's learning style is to slog through pages of pretty pictures of the app, looking at each feature, before actually trying anything.
Most of the pictures are confusing because there's too much visual information and no clear explanation of what and why. I guess they hope we'll be so impressed with the pretty layout that we'll memorize everything and then know how to use the app when we get around to trying it.
I don't know about you, but, I start with a new app by experimenting, trying to actually do something. I refer to the manual when I get stuck, or when I want to try something new. _This_ manual is not a reference, so it does _not_ support a try-it approach. There's no index, and not much of a table of contents. There no summary, no cheat-sheet, no quick reference. Many pages just tell you one thing or maybe two; the information density is so low, there's no way to scan from page to page. So you're stuck with using string search, and, unless you know their exact jargon, you either get nothing or too many entries.
This would be a really cool program, if it had a useful reference.
Is this book incomplete or am I missing something? Most chapters are entirely empty. The two with content only have a short video with no accompanying explanation of what I am watching.
Hopefully there will be improvements soon, and I can change my rating.