Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator for web and app design. This course shows how wireframes and design layouts can be made using artboards, shapes, layers, guides, text, symbols, masks, styles, and more.
- [Brian] Hello, and welcome to the UX Design Tools: Illustrator course. My name is Brian Wood and I'll be leading you through. Illustrator's a tool a lot of us probably have some experience with when it comes to print or even web or app design. My job in this course is to show you the features and concepts you'll need to know to work both smarter and harder while diving into a web or app design project. In this course, we'll cover features like art board layouts, setting column guides, stamping to the grid, ways to work faster, including working with text styles and symbols, as well as graphic styles and so much more.
So, if you're ready to jump in, let's get going.
- Setting up artboards
- Using guides, grids, and snapping
- Working with text and shapes
- Creating reusable artwork
- Organizing content
- Exporting assets
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Files
2. Working with Text and Shapes
3. Creating Reusable Artwork and Formatting
4. Organizing Content
Working with layers6m 15s
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