This course was funded by a wildly successful Kickstarter.
Gain hands-on experience with coding real projects! Make vector graphics by coding in this awesome course for beginners.
Scaleable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an image format that uses vectors, in contrast to other image formats like jpg, gif, or pngs, which are raster graphics. SVG is made with math. For this reason, it can scale indefinitely! This makes it great for making logos, icons, and simple designs.
Why use SVG?
It has good support among all modern browsers, and it's an open standard.
It uses smaller file sizes compared to bitmapped files.
Chris Veillette has taught many Mammoth Interactive web development and coding courses. Chris specializes in working with various types of tech. He enjoys coffee, sci-fi, and films.