Using vector tools: A web designer's approach

If you're a web designer, there's a good chance that Photoshop is currently open and running on your computer. Let's face it – Photoshop has always been the workhorse and de facto standard for web design. But in recent years, more and more designers (and developers!) are moving towards vector-based graphics and away from the pixel-based variants of yesterday.

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Tammy Coron

Tammy is an independent creative professional, author of Apple Game Frameworks and Technologies, and the maker behind the AdventureGameKit – a custom SpriteKit framework for building point and click adventure games. As an innovative problem solver and industry leader, Tammy enjoys working on projects from content creation – including books, tutorials, videos, and podcasts – to the design and development of cross-platform applications and games. For Creative Bloq, she has written about an array of subjects, including animation, web design and character design.