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Mordy Golding demonstrates how to be more productive, efficient, and creative by taking advantage of Adobe Illustrator to create pixel-perfect web graphics and interactive Flash content. Illustrator CS4 for the Web investigates the pros and cons of pixel- and vector-based web graphics, demonstrates efficient workflows, and explores the creative options available in Illustrator. Mordy also covers design techniques, such as creating typography that works well on screen, adding reflections, and making Flash animations. He discusses new Illustrator CS4 features, including using multiple artboards, bringing art into Dreamweaver, and utilizing Flash Catalyst. Exercise files accompany the course.
Thanks for taking the time to learn all about using Illustrator to create web graphics. Whether you are creating entire websites, whether you are creating just individual web graphics here and there, whether you are a dedicated web designer or just a general graphic designer that needs to create things once in a while, you should give yourself a pat on the back. I mean after all, you now have all the knowledge that you need to create these wonderful web graphics using Illustrator. More importantly, you see exactly where Illustrator fits within the entire web workflow. Now that you have the knowledge that you need in order to get your web graphics done inside of illustrator, I will leave you with this last bit of advice.
Have fun! I mean, after all, when you're having fun while you are learning, I am sure that you will find you'll be at your creative best. Thanks again and I will see you online.
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