Using SVG images are a lot like going to the gym. We all know we should be using them when we write our front end code, but we end up putting it off for another project down the road. And when SVGs are used, they are often implemented in a way that doesn’t unlock their full potential.
During this presentation, we’ll discuss the best practices for SVG implementation and how they vary depending on the size and audience of your site. We will also go through what an SVG sprite is, how to create one, and why they’re awesome. According to Advanced Web Ranking.com, only 3% of sites on the internet use this technique…but 97% of browsers support it!
After this talk, you’ll be ready to work on your SVGs like you’ll be ready to work on your summer body!
Chris Coyier's book about all things SVGs.
A great blog post that outlines the best time to use each of the four primary web image types.
Statistics on the ways that developers are currently implementing SVGs in their code.
Information about how to make sure your SVGs meet level A, AA, or AAA accessibility compliance.
Information about the deprecated xlink:href attribute. In the near future you will likely want to use both xlink:href and href.