This post taken from a LinkedIn Post originally on April 6, 2015
I have been working on my site to bring it up to modern standards including responsive design. Though I was happy with the general look of the site, there was something missing. The Zen Garden template I used as a starting point had nifty SVG elements to liven it up.
I figured I could find a library to do something dynamic with SVG for my site. I decided on SVG.js after a short survey of different SVG libraries out there. It seemed compact, well organized and had a good reputation.
The result is really quite snazzy. It works the same on iPads/Safari, Windows/Chrome, Windows/IE, Android/Chrome, Linux/Chrome. If you have the time to develop with it, SVG offers some exciting possibilities for graphics on all the modern browsers that support SVG
You can see the final result of my tinkering at WNX.com