- 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
- [Voiceover] Hello, and welcome, to Illustrator CC for Web Design: Aesthetics. My name is Justin Seeley, and I'm a staff author for the design segment, here at Lynda.com. This course is the third installment of the Illustrator CC for Web Design series, so if you haven't already, you might wanna go back and check out Illustrator CC for Web Design: Core Concepts, and Illustrator CC for Web Design: Wireframing, just to get yourself up to speed. The aesthetics phase of the web design process is where your designs come to life, and in this course, we'll be exploring various things like: working with color, adding rich typography, importing and working with raster graphics, creating UI elements, and finally, we'll wrap things up, by me showing you how to organize your layer structure for a developer, creating a project library inside of Creative Cloud, and also sharing your artwork via Behance.
I'm really excited to start this course, and I hope that you are too. If you're ready, let's go ahead and jump right in, to Illustrator CC for Web Design: Aesthetics.
Illustrator for Web Design (2012)with Justin Seeley5h 27m Appropriate for all
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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