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Adobe Illustrator CC: what's new in January 2014
Discover what’s new in Adobe Illustrator CC. Use Live Corners to easily edit the corners of shapes and paths. Draw with a Pencil tool has been completely rebuilt for more precise curved paths and straight line segments. Fluidly drag path segments into the shape you desire. Export scalable, responsive SVG files that can adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions. Get access to more than 800 Adobe Typekit desktop fonts right from within Illustrator, and more.
Ask a Pro E-seminar: Join the Vector Revolution
Show: Creative Cloud for Web
In this Ask A Pro session we discuss why Web designers should care about scalable vector graphics (SVG). Although SVG is almost 15 years old, the multi screen, multi resolution challenge means that it is now more relevant than ever. Academy Class Illustrator and all round design expert Tony Harmer, will give an overview of SVG and show us how you can use Adobe Illustrator to design and output SVG for the web.
Adobe Enzo Guerrera talks about Adobe Anywhere
Enzo Guerrera is a Principal Scientist at Adobe, one of the original creators of Adobe Anywhere. In this video he introduces Adobe Anywhere and tells how Adobe Anywhere brings scalable video editing workflows to the Cloud with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs.
Applying the Power of the Cloud: Content Anytime, Anywhere, to Any Device
Join the Amazon Web Services team as they discuss multiscreen video, by applying the power of the Cloud to achieve “Content Anytime, Anywhere, on Any Device.” This session will address strategies for taming this complexity at scale by leveraging cloud based solutions. Topics include:• high speed content ingest• tiered scalable storage• elastic compute/processing• monitoring and analytics• monetization• global distribution• security
SMACSS: Introduction to a Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS
Designer Jonathan Snook of Shopify provides an overview of the topics in this series about a scalable and modular architecture for CSS (SMACSS).
SMACSS: Depth of Applicability
Jonathan Snook covers the concept of "depth of applicability," explaining the benefit of limiting the impact that the CSS has on the HTML in a project, and demonstrating how multiple selectors within the code can result in the HTML being too challenging to change or port.