Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying and modifying styles, part of Illustrator for Web Design: Aesthetics.
- Now that we have a basic typeface palette in place…and our styles created, it's time to start taking…those styles and adapting them into our final design.…The issue is that we haven't taken into account…the different color combinations that we have…in our current document.…So far, this is based just on black and white,…so what we have to do along the way…is modify the styles a bit to fit the needs…of the document that we're working on.…And that's okay, it's very easy to do that.…So let's zoom in here on this document…and I'll go right up here and we'll break it down…section by section.…
The first part here, of course, is the tagline.…This is the very first welcoming headline…at the very top of the website,…and this should be the biggest and the boldest…piece of typography,…so that is going to inevitably turn into H1.…The H1 tag, or Heading 1, is the most important…headline on the page,…and that's what we're going to use here.…You'll notice when I click on H1 that a little plus symbol…is applied to it, and that plus symbol indicates…
- Finding color inspiration
- Applying color
- Choosing the right typeface
- Using character and paragraph styles
- Optimizing graphics in Photoshop
- Placing photos and vector artwork in Illustrator
- Creating buttons and other UI elements
- Organizing and sharing your project
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator for Web Design: Core Conceptswith Justin Seeley1h 33m Intermediate
1. Working with Color
2. Working with Text
3. Working with Images
4. Creating UI Elements
5. Last Steps
Taking the next step1m 41s
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