Our websites and apps are now used on various screen sizes. Thus, along with having a responsive website or app, it is important that even the graphics or images used to retain their highest resolutions and deliver the best user experience possible.
SVG or Scalable Vector Graphics is used to deliver the highest quality images with super small file sizes resulting in faster load time.
One of the major benefits of SVG is its scalability: resolution-independent and responsive. This helps us deliver the highest quality pixels for all screen sizes. Its interactive and text-based format makes this a go-to option for style control while adding style to the UI.
Its integration with HTML, XHTML and CSS makes it an efficient form to work with.
Our best practices
We create lighter graphics and fewer anchor points to create beautiful motion art.
Lottie Library, one of the best library for designers to create SVG animations is what we often use.
We use after effects to create eye-catching masterpieces.
At Yellow, we always strategise the right techniques and planning to get faster results.
We make use of storyboards and user flows to help make the animation meaningful.
In order to optimise the file on a whole, we use after effects and workflow techniques.
Since we use the IK structure for our design, we conduct rigging using various rigging tools.
Because SVG supports Portable Network Graphics (PNG) and JPEG raster images, it can be used to animate such images as an alternative to APNG and Multiple-image Network Graphics (MNG). Source- wiki
The web development segment is growing at a rapid pace, and SVG (scalable vector graphics) images are becoming more popular. As vector images, SVGs are composed of mathematical equations that define the positioning and color of lines and curves, which make up graphic shapes and text in XML format. SVGs are used for icons, logos, graphic designs, and fonts. “Why use SVG” is not in question once you consider the advantages it offers. For a client, superb quality on any device is the main reason to choose this particular format over others. SVGs are a great image format to go with. They are scalable, lightweight, text-based, and efficient. They are easy to edit, animate, and integrate. Importantly, they are supported by almost any browser.