- General Tutorial assets appear in the app workspace for use in user-friendly guides that explore the different capabilities of Illustrator. They demonstrate the how, why, and when to use app tools and workflows.
- Through guided exploration, endusers take a “starter” asset through a series of simple updates. The end-state needs to be clearly different from the start and provide a sense of payoff.
- Our goals with tutorial assets are twofold.
- First, they need to support instructional intent and clarify how to use the app.
- Secondly, they should help end users feel successful and inspired to apply what they’ve learned.
- Consider your tutorial an opportunity to help people expand on their domain knowledge. Adhere to, and teach, best practices (e.g. setting up a web file in RGB versus CMYK) and demonstrate the use of design principles
- New Ai end users, unless specified otherwise
- Our tutorials need to appeal to a broad set of end users. The full collection of tutorials should demonstrate a wide range of style and subject matter coverage
- This is a running collection of workspace assets and Adobe Stock used in Ai tutorials. Check this document for existing tutorial style coverage and identify opportunities to expand it; make sure Stock you’re interested in using has not been used previously in a recognizable way.
- +Ai tutorial builder asset tracker
2. Asset guidelines
For a more in-depth understanding on tutorial assets please review our Ai tutorial asset guide.