Cyber security illustrations are made to give visual feels to various projects and presentations.
Developers, Students, Front end developers, Companies, Organizations and Cyber security professionals, etc. can use these illustrations and give their project a good graphical feel.
What’s inside the Cyber security illustrations Pack?
This package consist of 24+ illustrations, in the high definition quality.
- SVG Format available : Yes, the SVG format for Cyber security illustration pack is available.
- PNG Format available : Yes the PNG format for Cyber security illustrations pack is available.
- Resolution for PNG & SVG : 1024 by 768 pixels .
- Responsive : Yes.
- Editable SVG : You can edit SVG files using adobe illustrator to change colors for adjusting to your project.
Note : The only SVG format is responsive.
What does SVG stands for?
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation.
The SVG specification is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999. SVG images and their behaviors are defined in XML text files.
Source – Wikipedia.
Size of each illustrations : Below 1 MB. We focus on efficiency and hence we made our illustrations super small in size so that they won’t put burden on your project and make it heavy and difficult to load. Although the size of the illustration package is extremely small, but we’ve not compromised on the quality of the product itself.
Which format is not available in package?
The illustration pack is not available in the following format listed below :-
- JPG – We didn’t use this format because we wanted to keep the background of the illustrations transparent. If the image version of the illustrations were in the JPG format then the background wouldn’t be transparent and you as a user wouldn’t be able to use any particular image on different colored background. With PNG format you can use the image on various different colored background. Also while designing the illustrations we found that PNG provided better compression in size than JPG and there wasn’t any sacrifice in the quality.