In this tutorial we will look at application support for creating high-quality designs using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) templates. SVG offers some unique opportunities over several of the other popular file formats in which templates are found. Most notably, SVG is vector-based, so it scales smoothly to every conceivable resolution — but unlike other vector formats (such as PDF), it is designed to be edited in any image editor, making it a good fit for your office workflow.
One of the solutions to our constant need for developers, is that instead of importing our old collection of clip art algorithmically, on Open Clip Art Library, librarians such as Johnny Automatic, Chovynz, Darth Gimp and others have been helping to clean, manually upload, and tag files for the refreshed Open Clip Art Library.
For this week, I want to feature their work on uploading public domain clip arts from the old system such as these AIGA standard images like this heliport:
If your clip art is uploaded as the anonymous user on Open Clip Art Library, please do contact the Anonymous author to get the clipart added to your account on the new Open Clip Art Library engine. For this week, please do applaud all those who are helping upload old cliparts to the anonymous account to help move us towards our goal of 12,000 clip art uploads this month!
UPDATE: As pointed out, praise Papapishu who has contributed so much to these efforts!