Illustrator CC for Web Design: SVG

As the web continues to evolve, it is important for designers to stay on top of the latest trends. SVG (scalable vector graphics) is definitely trending. While SVG images weren't used much in the past, web designers are coming around to their benefits. SVG supports interactivity and animation and because the format is "scalable," your designs are more responsive. SVG can scale to fit any screen size, without any loss in quality. In this course, Justin Seeley takes you through the steps of building, exporting, and integrating SVG graphics into your website with Illustrator CC. Learn what browsers support SVG, the correct export options for entire artboards and individual elements, and the technical side of coding SVG into HTML.

Course Timeline:

Working with SVGs on Your Website Welcome

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Working with SVGs on Your Website How to use the Exercise Files

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How to send the feeback

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What SVG Why Should You Use It

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Common use cases for SVGs

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Which browsers support SVGs?

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Preparing your artwork for SVG export

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Exploring SVG export options in Illustrat

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Exporting entire artboards to SVG

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Exporting individual components to SVG

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Copying and pasting SVGs into Adobe Muse

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Coding SVG into your website

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Coding SVG into your website Next step

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