There are a lot of good reasons that we should be using SVGs, but they can seem complicated and scary. This video, which is part one of a mini-series exploring SVGs, looks at why we should be using SVGs and what they actually are (it stands for scalable vector graphic), and then the absolute, very basics of using them in your work.
This video will be followed up by how to make your own SVGs, creating an icon system and adding in some basic animations.
Also, I had some video issues with this one, so sorry for any quality issues. Already figured out the cause and it'll be fixed for the next video :). I also TOTALLY missed a part with the greenscreen, haha. Ooops.
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