This is the 6th edition of SVG Weekly (@SVGWeekly), a curated selection of interesting links to SVG tutorials, tools, experiments and talks. I also keep an eye on the wider world of data visualisation, and share compelling visualisations or projects, even if these aren't directly related to SVG.
The latest SVG instalment from Steven Bradley on
A collection of tricks for using Greensock to create SVG animations.
Self-contained SVG buttons with animated state toggles using SMIL by Mike Harris
A Gulp workflow for generating SVG icons and fallback images from Luke Whitehouse.
A tool from Eric Meyer converts bitmaps to SVG, pixel by pixel to keep that vintage 8-bit look (but with all the scalable goodness of SVG)!
Generate d3.js code from SVG markup
A marketplace for vector illustrations and icons; think Github, but for SVG.
A customisable SVG icon set distributed under a Creative Commons license
An SVG morphing experiment from Noel Delgado
A lovely, atmospheric illustration from Mahmoud Elmahdi
Nadieh Bremer shares a collection of resources she uses to her data visualization skills and knowledge.
Joni Trythall describes the inspiration and process behind Tuts+ Town, a new web design tutorial series for children. Of particular note are the beautiful SVG illustrations. Joni is also the author of the Pocket Guide to Writing SVG
The Crazy Ones show off some of their SVG logo design work. There's a great little switch on the page that puts the SVGs through their paces: restyling all the logos in full-color, black & white, and reversed on a dark background.
Sarah Drasner is a Senior UX Engineer at Trulia and an amazing illustrator & animator who does interesting work with SVG. You should follow her on Twitter, CodePen, and her blog. Her animation portfolio is also well worth your time.