Icon Design in Adobe XD - From Sketching to Flat Icon Sets

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Posted on 2019-03-22, by Germany2020.

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Icon Design in Adobe XD - From Sketching to Flat Icon Sets
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 646 MB
Duration: 1.5 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English



Learn the fundamentals of icon design and create a beautiful flat icon set by combining and overlaying shapes.
What you'll learn
Vector Design
Sketching your ideas
Establishing grids
Creating simple shapes, paths, and strokes to make complex icons
Creating custom shapes with the pen tool
Using Transparency
Practical graphic design skills that can be used in Illustrator, Affinity Designer, Sketch, Figma and dozens of other design tools
Exporting icons in PNG, SVG, JPG, PDF and more
Requirements
A computer with Adobe XD installed (which is FREE)
Basic knowledge of how to navigate around your computer's file system
Basic drawing tools are recommended such as a pencil, eraser, and sketchbook or paper
Description
Learn how to design visually engaging and cohesive icon sets in any program. I'll teach best practices on brainstorming icons, finding the right metaphors, sketching your ideas, and finally designing high resolution icons and simple icon versions that will work on smaller screens.
Although I'll be teaching you in Adobe XD (because it is free), I'm going to cover tools that are also found in your favorite design programs including:
Adobe Illustrator
Sketch
Figma
Affinity Design
Invision Studio
and many more
The concepts you learn here can be put into practice for web graphics, web design, interaction design, graphic illustration and much more.
Things you will learn in this course include:
Overview of Adobe XD
Understanding types of icons and when to use them
Creating a design brief and planning your icons to have a consistent style and colors.
Researching icon metaphors and sketching your ideas
Setting up your workspace for icon design
Creating and merging shapes to create complex icons
Using Transparency
Balancing icon sizes and positions
Creating a simple icon set
Converting a filled icon set to outlines
Exporting icons
and more.
Who this course is for:
Graphic designers wanting to design icons
Interface designers wanting to design icons
Designers wanting to learn Adobe XD by example
Students wanting to advance their career as a graphic or interface designer
Students wanting to learn Vector Design

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