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Five-minute workflow improvements for creative pros, covering Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, and other tools designers commonly use.
Learn techniques and best practices for designing smart, visually interesting website icons in any software.
Learn how to design more aesthetically pleasing sites with Adobe Illustrator.
Learn everything you need to know about creating, using, and saving wireframes in Illustrator.
Learn to create web animations from a simple Illustrator file, with Ai2Canvas—a free plugin that works with nearly every version of Illustrator, from CS3 to CC.
Create new SVG graphics and then convert them into efficient, reusable symbols.
Put your web motion skills to the test in this final project of the series, which uses Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Edge Animate to create an animated banner ad.
Make your media as responsive as your site's layout. Learn to prepare video, fonts, and images to display correctly on a wide variety of devices.
Learn how to create your custom icon font quickly and easily from existing icons or your own hand-drawn artwork, using tools like Illustrator, Fontello, Glyphs Mini, and more.
Start your UX designs in Illustrator. Learn how to create custom reusable symbols, add text, use artboards to design for multiple screens and application states, and export your wireframes as PDFs.
Convert your vector artwork into dynamic HTML5 Canvas artwork with a free plugin for Adobe Illustrator.
“My colleagues and I decided to start our own graphic design business, but had no knowledge of how to build a credible website. Having learned After Effects through lynda.com in prior years, I logged on to learn HTML, CSS, and Dreamweaver. Finally we have a site that looks as good as the company we’re trying to be.” —John T.
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