Contents tagged with SVG
It seemed like a good idea at the time: wingdings for the web, collections of vector glyphs that are easy to include in your pages. Except that a web page is not a Word document. Now that SVG is properly supported by all half-decent browsers (you don’t have to support browsers and OS’s that Microsoft won’t, do you?), why are we still using icon fonts? Let’s recap.
SVG definitely is an increasingly interesting skill, especially as it's making its way into HTML 5 as an officially allowed grammar inside of HTML documents. Most SVG is authored through some kind of tool, and it's absolutely the way to go for artistic drawings. I used Inkscape (open source) and Expression Design in the past for that (I can't afford Illustrator), and I've been happy with the results (to your right and left).