Adobe has unveiled a new feature called Text to Vector Graphic on Adobe Illustrator powered by Adobe Firefly. This feature allows users to create vector graphics simply by typing text. Similar to Generative Fill on Photoshop, AI designs and edits vector graphics. The vector graphics are trained from Adobe Stock.
Key highlights of Text to Vector Graphic include the ability to create gradients and adjust color levels on vector graphics. Additionally, it automatically organizes tools, grouping all elements and layers when creating vector graphics. For example, if you request the creation of a tree vector graphic, the components of the tree will be grouped together automatically, making it easier to customize and edit the image. With Text to Vector Graphic, users can create more accurate and precise shapes that include curved lines.
Other features of Text to Vector Graphic include Generative Recolor, which allows users to mix colors in vector graphics by typing commands. Retype enables users to change the text within an image by selecting fonts similar to those offered by Adobe Fonts. Mockup feature allows users to simulate graphic design on objects from Adobe Stock. Users can easily customize and edit vector graphics on the mockup image.
Moreover, Adobe Illustrator is now available on browsers in beta mode. Users can access it without downloading anything and enjoy improved interface features, similar to Adobe Photoshop’s browser version. Currently, this service is available for subscribed users and compatible with Google Chromebook Plus.
TLDR: Adobe introduces Text to Vector Graphic on Adobe Illustrator driven by Adobe Firefly. This feature enables users to create vector graphics by typing text commands. It offers various functionalities, such as gradient creation, automatic tool organization, precise shape generation, generative recolor, retype, and mockup. Adobe Illustrator is also available in beta mode on browsers, providing easy access and an enhanced user interface.