In this video, learn how to connect with the author on social media.
- [Instructor] Well, sadly our time together…as far as this course goes is at an end for now.…And I really hope that you've enjoyed the course…and learned plenty of useful techniques and tips…for creating simple maps with illustrator.…If you want to connect with me via other channels,…then there are a few ways that you can do so.…My Facebook page at facebook.com/thedesignninja…is a regular source of information from Tourney World…and weekly posts on my YouTube channel…at youtube.com/thedesignninja are designed to develop…your skills with an investment of around…about five minutes each week, as well…as occasional project movies and livestreams.…
I tweet @tonyharmer and it's the same handle…for my Instagram feed too.…And of course, you can connect with me on LinkedIn,…but please do tell me what course you've been doing.…As I don't usually accept default invitations…from people I've never actually met.…So until next time, happy illustrating…and let me know how you're getting on.…See ya.…
Watch Tony's companion course, Photoshop for the In-House Designer, to learn time-saving techniques using Photoshop templates, presets, brushes, and more.
- Producing print and digital graphics
- Using artboards, layers, and libraries
- File output formats
- Using Asset Export
- Creating symbols and libraries
- SVG interactivity
- Print production
- Using Illustrator plugins
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign for the In-House Designerwith Claudia McCue10h 33m Intermediate
Photoshop for the In-House Designerwith Tony Harmer1h 44m Beginner
1. Producing Print Graphics in Illustrator
2. Producing Digital Graphics in Illustrator
3. Basic Print Production in Illustrator
4. Using Plugins
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