Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a project library on Creative Cloud, part of Illustrator for Web Design: Aesthetics.
In this final chapter, it's going to be all…about cleaning up everything that we've done so far…and making it as presentable and as shareable as possible…with other people, including our coworkers…our developers, and even our clients.…In this first movie, we're going to focus…on working with Creative Cloud libraries.…And there's a lot of things that we can do with this…and I'm hoping that you're going to take this…and incorporate it into your everyday workflow…because I really do believe that this is…the best way to work going forward.…So the first thing I want you to do…is open up the Libraries panel.…It's usually over here on the right-hand side…looks like a little cloud.…
You can go to the Window menu and…make sure Libraries is open and then…drag it out so that you have it here on screen.…You may not see anything inside…of this and that's perfectly fine.…If you've been using Libraries for a while, you may see it…populated with content and that's okay too.…Just click right here and choose Create New Library.…
- 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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