- [Instructor] You can save time…when you start working on a new project…by using Illustrator templates.…The template feature allows you to create a new document…that's going to share common settings and design elements.…You can create a template with a specified art board size…view settings and print options.…Templates can also contain symbols and other design elements…as well as graphic, character, and paragraph styles.…Pretty much anything that you include in your file.…Guides, grids, zoom levels, symbols, swatches, styles.…
All of these things can be incorporated into the template.…Heres a file that I want to use for a template.…Let me just review how I've set this up.…I have the guide layer that I created…and I like to keep my guides on a separate layer.…I've already created the guidelines based on the columns…that I want to use in these particular projects.…I have a art small, an art medium, and an art large layer.…They will contain the appropriate artwork…for each of the different layouts in my website.…
- 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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