Rather, the digital artwork manager should be fluent in at least one of three artwork editing softwares: CorelDraw, Photoshop, or Illustrator. CorelDraw and Illustrator work best for vectorizing and editing vector files, which are necessary for screen printing. Photoshop is a bitmap image editing program, and some high quality bitmaps can be used for screen printing. Your digital artwork manager should use one or more of these programs to prepare artwork for print or create custom artwork for a customer.
Creativity is perhaps the most important skill for a digital artwork manager. It is the responsibility of the digital artwork managers to make the ideas of the business or the customer come to life. This is no easy task, and that is why the digital artwork manager should certainly have experience with manipulating digital artwork.
Creating Custom Designs
Preparing Customer Designs For Outsourcing
Basic Design Skills
The basics of Digital Artwork (artwork files & formats)
The difference between a vector and a bitmap image
How to create custom designs & prep customer designs for outsourcing