Von Marco Dings

Scalable vector graphics (SVG) have become increasingly popular over the last years. They offer small file-size and crystal clear graphics with the same source file on devices from UHD displays to smart-watches. SVG's have a good adaption for contemporary browsers ( Graphics through SVG's can be styled using CSS and animated using javascript, svg can be used to apply Photoshop like filters to your images and more. However "Here be dragons" ( To take full advantage of their possibilities the designer and the developer have to agree on a certain way of working and some rules, and styling/manipulating is far from trivial when we go beyond the basics.