Scalable Vector Graphics is a dynamic 2D graphics format that enables designers to create graphics elements using XML. The unique functionality of SVG to render visual elements is creating new graphics horizons for design on the Internet. Designing SVG Web Graphics presents real-world examples of design tasks (such as creating a logo, navigation bar, or even a full web page) embedded within the strict XML aspect of SVG. In doing so, the author pulls both graphic designers and web developers into a new direction of unprecedented Web development. This book eases traditional graphics designers into XML to create SVG without losing the visual appeal of form and design. It also examines the design capabilities of SVG in a way strict XML developers can grasp that enables them to increase the visual appeal of their current development projects.