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Today i am covering logo file types again, i have done a few posts on correct files you should be receiving from your graphic designer. Its important when you purchase a logo that you understanding file types, this includes .jpg, .png, .pdf, .ai, .eps ect. and how and when to use them. You may…

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A handy guide for when to save images as JPEGs, PNGs or GIFs — Ned Potter
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A handy guide for when to save images as JPEGs, PNGs or GIFs

A handy guide for when to save images as JPEGs, PNGs or GIFs — Ned Potter

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Understanding the pros and cons of using a certain file type for your project is important. This infographic from Creative Market helps you better understand various file formats:

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Countless times clients have asked in a panic, "Can you please send my logo over to our printer in a ‘vector' format? I have no idea what this means!" Or, we need to request a client's existing logo for our design work, only to receive a rasterized file format that doesn't allow us to use it with unlimited creativity.

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