Finding one of the best vector editors is vital for any designer. While Photoshop and other image editors tend to get all the attention, if you’re creating logos or any other work that has to look good at all sizes then you can’t be working with bitmaps; instead you need to make your imagery using scalable vectors that’ll look just as good on a billboard as they do on the printed page.

Working with vectors isn’t as intuitive as with bitmaps; you need to think in terms of paths, Bézier curves, fills and gradients, and your first attempts at using vector editors are likely to be a lot more frustrating than getting to grips with the best digital art software. However some vector editors are more user-friendly than others and can guide you over the initial humps with helpful tutorials.