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I use Photoshop for designing everything for the web only, notably infographics for sliders, advertisements; and game mod graphics. I also use Photoshop to change the look of photographs, pictures due to Photoshop's powerful filters and plugins.
I create generative art. Illustrator offers an API so I can automate that process. Yes, its big, its ugly, the never-ending updates reduce my machine to a crawl, and the subscription model is death by $49.99 every month.
I've been using this since I started my designing and development life, it has never failed me when i most needed it to edit images, export high resolution images for retina display, slicing for eDMs and so on.
Well...it used to be the industry-standard and I still use it for almost all of my professional work. People complaining about it's complexity know they can create custom layouts, right?
I use Illustrator to create or modify already created logos, monograms and other vector graphics I want to use in other designs.
We use zeplin as an interface between designers, developers and stakeholders for sharing, improving and discussing designs
Illustrator is used for our logos and to build a variety of small parts of our website and apps.
I use this for every image edit and graphic design project. It's absolutely necessary.
We use Photoshop in creating advertising and communications campaigns.
Draw simple vector shapes . I Interact with Motion Design work.