Great typography adds to a great design. But oftentimes, getting a decent custom fonts showing up properly on screens comes at a price, either with extra effort or compromising in quality or even both. We experimented to find out the best way t...
August 30, 2018
When exporting SVG from Illustrator, you're prompted with many options. So which settings are the best to produce a web-ready SVG?
Vecta is more than just a normal browser-based SVG editor, it's especially powerful when you have all the flexibility you need to make the most out of the platform. Plugins can drastically change the way you work, saves time and enhances productivi...
Found yourself scratching head to pick a professional looking yet interesting color to give a final touch to your drawings? We worked some magic and created a color stencil in Vecta, for everyone who needs good colors laid out in their drawings w...
When you’re drawing diagrams or illustrations in Vecta, sometimes you find yourself wanting to use some of your favorite fonts in your drawings. Now you can. Google fonts is now available in Vecta, and you have more than 800 font families to choos...
There are a multitude of ways to embed SVG, each of them fraught with gotchas and compromises. In our quest to make SVG easier to use, we looked at different approaches and this is the story on why we build Nano.
You may have heard that SVG have the lowest size while offering the best quality. Is it true? Why are developers still using srcset and generating PNG @ 1x, 2x and 3x resolution? Can you save any bandwidth with using SVG instead of PNG?
You've probably came across various ways to embed SVG in HTML, but with the latest browser and technology updates, do we still need an <object> tag or can we use <img> instead? What are their pros and cons and how do they compare?
Wanted to know how Nano compresses SVG? Of course you do, so let's have a look at the long list of techniques we used to compress your SVG.
It all began when we have a small problem, we wanted a small icon on our Google signup button, everything looks perfect, except when we view our website on high resolution or retina displays, and began to see pixelation:
September 19, 2017 · Diagramming
How can we have a color palette that helps YOU save time? What colors do you use most and what colors can help you to be most productive? A behind the scenes look of how we made the best SVG editor online.
Have you created any images lately that does not seem to be as sharp as you would like? Are you constantly adjusting your SVG coordinates to ensure your images are sharp?