Scalable vector graphics (SVG) is a high-quality graphics format for line-based diagrams such as charts, maps, symbols and infographics. SVG-based graphics can be printed in PDF documents and displayed in all major web browsers.
Technical illustration software such as Adobe Illustrator can export SVG. And we can help you get figures from Microsoft Office Suite into your web pages. Word, Excel, PowerPoint—they can all be turned into impressive interactive graphics with statistical information at your fingertips.
Imagine visual documentation where pictures can replace words. Icons, symbols and interactive graphics in web content. Point and click on pictures to navigate through technical documents. Zoom in to see more detail. Hover over charts and diagrams to get popup tooltips. Or open up new browser windows for more information.
SVG means you can make lots of text easier to navigate, more usable and more engaging with hyperlinked graphics. It makes learning workplace documents easier, faster, fun. It makes for a great user experience (UX) because visuals are the first thing users read and remember. It works on desktops and tablets. It's a W3C standard and integrates with HTML 5 and CSS 3 web technologies. And it's easy to use.