Posts about SVG in web design

Knowing how to create and optimise Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is one of the most important skills a website designer or developer working on the web today should have. SVG enables faster, more scalable graphics which are small in size and better for web performance. Andy Clarke uses SVG often in his web design work and regularly shares what he’s learned about making and optimising Scalable Vector Graphics.

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I’m Andy Clarke, a well-known website designer and writer on art direction and design for products and websites. I help businesses to deliver engaging customer experiences and unique designs. Read more about my work, browse my blog, or follow me on Instagram and Twitter.

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