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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.
If you've completed this course on using Illustrator for web design, you may be looking for other ways to expand your knowledge and skill set. If you're interested in learning more about CSS you should check out James Williamson's courses on CSS Fundamentals, CSS Page Layouts, and CSS Core Concepts. For more information on using web fonts effectively, you should also check out James's course on Up and Running with TypeKit, as well as his Web Fonts First Look course. If you would like to know more about web design in general, including some basic HTML, check out James's course called Web Design Fundamentals.
For more info on Adobe Illustrator, be sure to check out my Adobe Illustrator CS6 Essential Training Course, as well as Deke McClelland's Illustrator CS6 One-on-One Fundamentals. And finally, if you'd like to take on a new web project course, be sure to check out Ray Villalobos in his weekly series called View Source. All of these courses can be found in the lynda.com online training library, so if I were you, I would add them to my queue and get started ASAP.
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