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Hour 19. Using JavaScript to Create Dyna... > Designing SVG for Dynamic Content

Designing SVG for Dynamic Content

Designing your graphics to accommodate dynamic content is not all that different from designing them for static content. The difference lies more in your planning than in your execution. Your graphics must be able to accommodate variable chunks of content, which usually means allowing space for dynamic data to be integrated alongside predefined graphics.

By the very nature of a dynamic graphic, the artist has relinquished control of reviewing every possible iteration of her graphic. For example, if the designer provides a 50-pixel wide by 50-pixel tall hole for an advertisement within an Arts Nouveau–style design that accommodates user-submitted artwork, the designer must be comfortable with the prospect of a crude crayon-style illustration being placed within those borders. In other words, the artist is allowing part of the graphic to be defined dynamically by another person or possibly by an automated application.


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