Exporting SVG graphics


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Exporting SVG graphics

On the web today, we have to understand that the devices which are accessing our content no longer have just a standard 72-pixel-per-inch screen. In fact, many of them exceed even 300 pixels per inch, such as the case with Apple's iPhone, iPad, and even now the MacBook Pro. One solution to this resolution dilemma is to use a graphic format known as SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphic. SVG offers us a truly resolution-independent way of displaying our graphics on the web, and it does so by using XML to define the basic properties of the image, like paths, shapes, fonts, and even colors.

This is perfect for UI elements, icons, logos, patterns, or even backgrounds that need to be scaled differently in order to display correctly on a wide range of devices. You design it once and use it anywhere, at any scale, at any resolution. How cool is that? In addition to its scalability though, SVG also has bandwidth-friendly files. No matter how big the graphic becomes, the only data that&#...

Exporting SVG graphics
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Exporting SVG graphics provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Illustrator for Web Design

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Design Web
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Illustrator
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