SIGNAGE WARRANTY FAQ
US LED is here to serve you. Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding our Ten-Year Signage Warranty. If you need additional assistance, please contact us and we'll be happy to help.
Are the classes live?
Yes, the live, online classes are taught by a live instructor. You will be able to interact and ask questions on the spot.
Do I need to go to school for fashion design before I take a class?
No, you don't need a design degree to take one of our classes. The class is for an absolute beginner so if you've never used Illustrator, don't worry! Some idea of sewing and construction is helpful, but you'll still be able to follow the class and learn how to flat sketch without it.
What if I don't know how to draw?
That's OK. If you're an absolute beginner and new to the fashion industry you can still take this class. If you get some general information about construction before the class, it will definitely be helpful, but if you have never sewn or draped a garment, you'll still be able to benefit from the class and follow what's happening.
What if I can't make a class date or the time doesn't work for my time zone?
If you've already bought the class, please contact us immediately. We normally don't give refunds so please be sure you check all the information before you sign up.
Is there a replay?
Yes. All live classes included a replay.
CAD for Fashion Design
Is Adobe Illustrator good for fashion design? I thought fashion designers illustrate and sketch by hand.
Yes, most designers use Adobe Illustrator daily to do their jobs. The exception is that some high end, couture, or highly ornate (like bridal) design houses still do many things by hand.
What is a tech pack?
What does CAD mean in fashion design?
CAD is an acronym for computer aided design. Technically, CAD is the umbrella for any of the software that designers use for design. However, in the fashion industry, you'll hear this term often and it could mean several different things.
How is CAD used in fashion design?
CAD (computer aided design) is used by fashion designers to help them visualize and communicate their vision and collections to their business partners and to their customers. Software like Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, ProCreate, Clo3D, and Browzwear can help designers draw, color, add texture, create patterns and more!
What is the best fashion design software for beginners?
If you want to learn digital fashion design, Adobe Illustrator is the best option. Fashion designers use it daily to draw flat sketches and create tech packs. If you are looking for work in the fashion industry, this is one of skills most companies look for in a corporate designer. And if you want to start a fashion brand, Illustrator is very versatile and can help you create your designs, graphics, textile patterns, marketing & promotional items and more!
Illustrator for Fashion Design
Is Adobe Illustrator good to use for fashion design?
Adobe Illustrator is a great tool to use for fashion design, particullarly for flat sketching. All designers need to create a technical flat sketch of their design so that it can be sampled or produced. A flat sketch is placed on a tech pack and often a CAD to display the details of your design.
How do you make a fashion illustration in Illustrator?
There are lots of tools you can use for digital fashion illustration. If you choose to use Illustrator, here is a great video on how to draw and color your illustration.
Life of a Fashion Designer
Do fashion designers have to sew?
No. Most designers who go to school for fashion design learn to sew, drape and make patterns, but not everyone graduates and is a wiz at all of these skills. And many designers, especially those working in corporate, don't ever sew or drape their designs or make patterns. Instead, they make a flat sketch of their design, put it on a tech pack and hand that off to someone else to make a sample.