Learn what responsive design is in terms of working with Adobe Illustrator.
- [Instructor] We're going to define responsive design…in terms of working with Illustrator.…With so many devices being used today…it can be a bit overwhelming and daunting…when you start to consider approaching a web design project.…What size screen should I design for?…What resolutions?…What operating system?…In this movie, we're going to be talking about…responsive design and exactly what that term actually means.…Today our content is being consumed…on literally thousands of devices.…We need to create and ultimately deliver…content in a better way.…
Our website should adapt and show content differently…based on the type of device…viewing that content at any given time.…You should design your site around the various experiences…that you think your end users…are going to need to access your content.…You do not want that to be locked to a specific screen size…or an operating system, or a particular device.…Our goal is to create a design…that will respond to the device that's viewing it…and offer our end users the best possible experience.…
- 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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