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Create Edge Animate CC Compositions Using SVG, Symbols, and Responsive Properties
See how to create a composition in Edge Animate CC by importing SVG graphics, working with symbols, setting responsive properties for a responsive banner to use in Edge Reflow CC. (Read the article to learn more.)
Set Up an Edge Animate CC Project and Import SVG
See how to set up a project in Edge Animate CC and export the SVG assets from Illustrator CC that you can use in the accompanying tutorial to create a responsive banner for Edge Reflow CC. (Read the article to learn more.)
Create Responsive SVG Graphics with Illustrator CC
See how you can create fully responsive SVG graphics with Illustrator CC (no audio). (Read the article to learn more.)
Copy SVG Code from Illustrator CC into Edge Reflow CC
See how you can copy SVG code from Illustrator CC and paste it into your responsive comp in Edge Reflow CC (no audio). (Read the article to learn more.)
Adobe Illustrator CC: what's new in January 2014
Show: Learn Illustrator CC
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.
Using Photoshop and Illustrator Assets in Reflow
Show: Adobe Edge Reflow
Bring Photoshop or Illustrator assets into Reflow and add the responsiveness you need in your design. This tutorial shows you how to import your PSD files using the Reflow Photoshop connection plugin. Adobe Evangelist Paul Trani also shows how to import assets from Illustrator directly into Reflow as SVG graphics.
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.