LearnQuick Tip: Saving SVG Files in Adobe Illustrator

Mat Helme
writes on May 16, 2013

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What’s an SVG, and why do I have to use it? SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphics, are very small in file size and are great for retina displays. Vector graphics have an advantage over pixel formats like .gif or .jpg as they don’t deal with resolution. SVGs can scale to any size and not lose clarity. All SVGs are usually smaller in file size than raster graphics.

Treehouse Illustrator teacher Mat Helme will help you get started saving resolution independent SVG files in this Treehouse Quick Tip.

2 Responses to “Quick Tip: Saving SVG Files in Adobe Illustrator”

  1. Dariusz Goldmann on June 22, 2013 at 8:46 am said:

    that’s good one:)

  2. Great tutorial. Much simpler than I was shown how to do it by a colleague. Thanks!

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