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There is no need for you to keep every logo file type. Most people handle JPGs and PNGs to show a logo in web settings. But EPS format, SVG, and PDF files should be preferred for their ability to create other file formats from them.
This is why vector graphics is preferable for logos. You'll need to place your logo on billboards, business cards, posters, and more. If you need your logo on a blimp, vector graphics will take care of that for you. You'll need to make sure your logo stays clear and crisp for all these mediums.
If you need to enlarge your brand's logo and only have a raster version of it such as a . Jpg, you may be able to have a graphic designer recreate it. Depending on the complexity of the logo and the quality of your raster version, they may be able to redraw it in vector format. It's not ideal, but it is possible.
A vector file can typically be described as a small, scalable, and editable image that provides designers infinite freedom when it comes to graphic design and illustration. As such, vector images are ideal for graphics such company logos, banner ads, and other design images that often require scaling.
Step 1: Go to File > Export. Step 2: Name your new file and choose the folder/location you want to save to. Step 3: Open the dropdown called Save As Type/Format (Windows/Mac) and select a vector file format, such as EPS, SVG, AI or another option. Step 4: Click on the Save/Export button (Windows/Mac).
So how can you tell? Enlarge your graphic on your screen (200% or larger). If your edges are blurry and appear to have various shades of color, then it is a raster image. If the edges are crisp and the color appears solid, it is a vector graphic.
Editable Formats Ideally, a logo should be created in vector format so that it can be scaled up infinitely without quality loss. Editable source files to include are as follows SVG A true vector format that can be edited with Inkscape, Illustrator, CorelDRAW, or any other vector graphics application.
Design Brief. Get to know the client's business. Research. Conduct research focused on the industry, its history, and competitors. Brainstorming. Conceptualize ideas and make decisions on the possible design directions. Sketching. Design Execution. Presentation. Revisions / Approval. Delivery.
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