Adobe expert Paul Trani shows how to export graphics for iOS, Android, and the web.
- [Instructor] Once you have your app created,…you can export out all of the assets.…You can do this a number of ways.…In fact, just without having anything selected,…you can go to File, go down to Export…and from there, I'm just going to export to the Desktop…and create a folder called "Artboards."…So this is one way of showing, say…the developers all of the screens…just by exporting out all the artboards…as JPG, in this case.…So this is a new feature, exporting out as JPG.…
100%, let's export out all of those.…Again, nothing was selected, but we can see…Desktop > Artboards, there they all are.…JPG format, and they are sort of, like…full res, if you will, 100% quality.…Let's go beyond that, because I want to make…a new folder called "Exported."…So let's export out the individual assets…and we can do this a number of ways.…And just by selecting this background right here,…maybe actually for a number of these…as I hold down the Shift key, I can select…a number of these backgrounds and export them out.…
And I can export them out as PNG files.…
- Drawing and importing shapes and graphics
- Using the new color tools
- Editing area text
- Using layers
- Creating and editing symbols
- Previewing on a device
- Previewing in a browser and adding comments
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 12/21/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover creating and importing; using layout grids and UI resources; working with assets; prototyping; and reviewing and exporting.