While Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) were first developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in 1999, the XML-based image format continues to make its march towards ubiquity, essentially bridging the gap in many instances between traditional design and web development.
Join Geographic Solutions’ web designer David Rivera as he leads a dynamic discussion on how SVGs are bridging the gap between designers and developers.
Here’s what attendees can expect at this session:
• A definition of what SVGs are, with examples of acceptable use in both development and design
• Comparisons to other image formats, and explanations of basic theories and best practices
• A demonstration of how to build an SVG from scratch using modern tools