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In Illustrator CS5 Web and Interactive Design, Mordy Golding shows how to create pixel-perfect graphics for use in web sites, video compositions, and mobile apps. This course covers a wide range of workflows, from creating online ad campaigns, web sites, icons, to taking art from Illustrator to Flash Professional. Sharing tips, tricks, and creative techniques along the way, Mordy provides insight and instruction for taking projects from initial concept straight through to production. Exercise files accompany the course.
Thanks so much for taking the time to learn how to create graphics for web and interactive applications with Illustrator CS5. I hope that you found the training useful and worthwhile, and I hope that I've inspired you to push the envelope and to design of this exciting medium. There is always more to learn, so here are some additional resources that will be useful as you continue to expand your knowledge. Of course, there are plenty of great titles on the topic of web design right here in the lynda.com Online Training Library from talented authors, such as James Williamson, Paul Trani, and Todd Perkins.
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