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Using artboards

Using artboards: Illustrator for UX Design
Using artboards: Illustrator for UX Design

In the case of designing apps or websites, you’ll need to create designs for the different screens in your app as well as different pages in a responsive website design. With Illustrator, you can create multiple artboards in a single file which makes it much easier to share content, copy/paste, manage formatting for consistency, and more. In this video, we’ll look at creating and editing artboards in Illustrator.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web User Experience Illustrator

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