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Customer-requested timesavers in Illustrator CC
See how Illustrator CC lets you work with new timesavers, from exporting settings to a folder to share across workgroups, the ability to draw and resize artboards from the center, access Fill/Stroke controls in the Swatches panel, and use sliders to control opacity settings.
Adobe Illustrator: Designing for Any Screen with Vector Graphics
Learn how to leverage the rich toolset in Adobe Illustrator to create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete website mockups. Justin Seeley, staff author for lynda.com and an Adobe Certified Expert, will share his design expertise.Learn how to:• Build responsive layouts with artboards• Produce custom color palettes and swatches for web graphics• Craft vector shapes and text designs that seamlessly scale• Apply drop shadows and other live effects• Optimize and export different types of graphics• Speed up your workflow with reusable image sprites and Smart Objects
Create Sharp Web Graphics With Adobe Illustrator CS5
Create sharp web graphics with Adobe Illustrator CS5. Join Terry White as he takes a look at some of the little known new Adobe Illustrator CS5 features including Pixel Preview, Align to Pixel Grid and the Artboards Panel.
GS-04: Creating files for print
Show: Visual Design CS5
Establishing an intent for artwork, considering the audience and destination, before beginning a project makes it easier to repurpose artwork later. Use New Document Profile settings to define size, artboards, bleed, and color mode for the document.
Geneviève Gauckler + Erik Natzke: Multiple Artboards in Illustrator CS4
Show: Shortcut to Brilliant
Create multiple artboards in a single file, and resize and export independently.
Illustrator's Multiple Artboards Help You Save Time
Show: Creating Time
Learn how Multiple artboards allow you to manage an entire project within a single file. With up to 100 artboards varying in size, common elements such as colors, type, and symbols can be quickly updated all at once across all project components.