SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphic, an XML-based structure that defines the shapes, lines, and colors of an image in such a way that it can be viewed at any size and still retain a crisp look. SVG is not well suited to display photography images, but it is excellent for drawings, text, and shapes. It […]
Logos are an ideal use-case for SVG. Because they’re typically designed for reproduction and versatility, they’re almost always vector to begin with. What if we want to re-arrange our logo elements depending on the aspect ratio of the asset, perhaps to account for the amount of vertical real estate available to us?