Adobe Illustrator for Web Design
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About this Course
Using a project-based learning approach to Illustrator’s core features, walk through the process of designing a simple website beginning with making a wireframe, and then using that wireframe as the basis for creating a page mock up for mobile and desktop platforms. Along the way, use the basic drawing and shape tools to create an illustrated graphic logo. And with responsive web design in mind, we’ll utilize the benefits of both scalable vector graphics (SVGs) and CSS export capabilities.
What you'll learn
- Creating a Wireframe
- Logo Design
- Webpage Mockups
- Save for the Web
Ashley is a motion graphics artist and illustrator. She collaborates on projects that culminate in a range of multidisciplinary forms including: broadcast, film, print, interactive/mobile, web and live performance. Through these collaborations, she’s had the great opportunity to work with various studios including Turner Studios, Cartoon Network, Wieden+Kennedy, Laika, FGA, Nervo, Curious Pictures, and the Chiodo Bros. Her client list includes Nike, PBS, Adult Swim, FX Network and Deadmau5. In 2011, her first illustrated children's book was published, Right Where You are Now.
Ashley holds a MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design and a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Georgia. She has taught at Parsons School of Design and the Art Institute of Portland, as well as led various industry related workshops. The courses she's instructed include Kinetic Typography, Motion Graphics I and II, 3D Motion Graphics, Production Studio, Creating Visual Music, Art of the Title, and Portfolio.
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