Learn how to create web-based navigational elements using Adobe Illustrator.
- [Instructor] Creating an effective and usable navigation…for your web project is an important…and sometimes challenging decision.…Since the navigation is the hub of all the interactivity…that's going to take place on your website,…it's extremely important that you consider…how the navigation is going to be used,…how it's gonna look, and how it's gonna function.…The complexity of the navigation is going to vary…from project to project.…When you're coming up with your design comp,…you wanna make sure that the navigation is well-designed…and will provide direction for your developer.…
Depending on the complexity of the navigation,…many of the elements may be created through CSS.…If you are not gonna be the one that will be coding…and developing the website,…then make sure that you understand the ins and outs…of how the navigation is gonna work…so that you can provide the appropriate files…for your developer.…It's really helpful to know…what can be accomplished via CSS…so that you're providing the appropriate type…
- Customizing a web workspace
- Using the artboards to create multiple sized files easily
- Laying out responsive web experiences using Illustrator
- Creating and using character and paragraph styles
- Working with symbols
- Recoloring selected artwork
- Creating a site map
- Creating moodboards
- Creating wireframes
- Creating full-blown comps
- Exporting icons for screens
- Extracting CSS styles
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Set Up the Project
2. Design Responsively
3. Development Process
4. Collaborate and Share
5. Export Assets
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