CorelDraw users are a minority on here so I thought we needed a place to share ideas among ourselves. There’s little point in debating whether CorelDraw or Illustrator (or Inkscape or any other vector program) is better. What I can say is CorelDraw has worked very well for me for most of the past 20 years and has paid for itself many times over. It fits my work style. I know it’s not the best fit for everyone.
I use it for almost all of my graphic design needs, for everything I send to my vinyl printer/cutter, to the screen printer that prints shirts for me, to the print shop that prints postcards for me, and for some of what I create on my CNC router. I rarely have problems working with other designers/service providers that use Illustrator.
How long have you been using CorelDraw? What do you like best about it?