Learn Core Concepts and Workflows in Adobe Illustrator CS6


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Creating files for the web

Even though traditionally Illustrator has been used as a logo designing/typesetting tool for print designers, the vector graphics that you create inside of Illustrator are perfect for the web as well. This is especially true because the web is so varied now in terms of screen sizes and devices used to access the content. So we need to be able to create highly flexible graphics and mockups, and Illustrator works nicely for that purpose. In this movie, I'll show you how to get started using Illustrator for web purposes, let's take a look. I'll go up to the File menu and choose New, I'll call my document sample_web and directly underneath there, I can choose a Profile.

For this profile, I'm going to select from the Web profiles. Once I select Web profile, you'll notice the size automatically changes right here. The default web size in Illustrator CS6 is 960 pixels by 560 pixels. You can drop this down though and you can change it to anything from 640x480, all the way up...

Creating files for the web
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Creating files for the web provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Illustrator CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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Illustrator
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