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This course reveals how designers can create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete web site mockups with the strong layout and color management tools in Adobe Illustrator. Author and Adobe Certified Expert Justin Seeley covers topics such as building responsive layouts with artboards, producing custom color palettes and swatches for web graphics, and making vector shapes and text that seamlessly scale. The course also explores adding drop shadows and other live effects, setting up interface elements such as forms and tabbed interfaces, optimizing and exporting different types of graphics, and speeding up your workflow with reusable image sprites and Smart Objects.
Hi there! My name is Justin Seeley, and I'm a staff author here at lynda.com. I want to welcome you to this course on Illustrator for Web Design. We are going to start off by covering some core concepts about web design, including how to set up documents for various web and mobile application designs. Once we've laid the groundwork, we'll take a deeper dive into things like color management, working with layers, creating wireframes and mockups, and even developing user interface elements. Once we've created our web graphics, I'll walk you step by step through optimizing and exporting your images to the web, so that you can get the highest-quality files with the smallest file size possible.
Hopefully, by the end of this course, you'll have a firm grasp on the web design process and how you can use Adobe Illustrator to create graphics for any screen-based design. Well, we've got a lot to cover, so if you are ready, let's begin our look at Illustrator for Web Design.
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