Learn about Scalable Vector Graphics in this video.
- [Narrator] SVG, or scalable vector graphics were actually…created many, many years ago but the world was not ready…for their power, although our multi-screen world…of today definitely is and they are becoming all the rage.…They're really easy to get out of Illustrator…in fact there are three different ways I can think of…immediately that you can export SVG…from Illustrator or save it.…The first is as a Save operation and choosing SVG…as the format and that will export the whole file…even layers that are currently invisible.…
And then you've got Export and Export As which is…another way that you can export out just the visible content…And of course the Asset Export panel…is another way that you can output SVG as well.…So, I want to show you what an SVG really is,…under the hood here, and also some considerations…for the best ways to create them.…So here I've got some pretty simple stuff…a circle on top of another circle just here…and pretty much a compound shape there…the back, so it's just a border, in fact…
Watch Tony's companion course, Photoshop for the In-House Designer, to learn time-saving techniques using Photoshop templates, presets, brushes, and more.
- Producing print and digital graphics
- Using artboards, layers, and libraries
- File output formats
- Using Asset Export
- Creating symbols and libraries
- SVG interactivity
- Print production
- Using Illustrator plugins
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign for the In-House Designerwith Claudia McCue10h 33m Intermediate
Photoshop for the In-House Designerwith Tony Harmer1h 44m Beginner
1. Producing Print Graphics in Illustrator
2. Producing Digital Graphics in Illustrator
3. Basic Print Production in Illustrator
4. Using Plugins
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