Let’s talk about logos and/or any art submissions when coming down to custom orders.
When it comes down to logos and/or artwork it’s always best to send them in .eps, .pdf, .ai, .psd, .tiff file types. There are some exceptions to the rule as such as a background design or a picture for a green screen. That’s the only time it’s ok to send a jpg or a png file. Doc files will only be accepted for text information purposes only.
Why is it better to send it those file types?
.eps, .pdf, .ai, .psd, .tiff
- They are in layers
- They are HD
- They are not compressed
- They have a transparent background.
Why a jpg/jpeg isn’t a good file?
- They do not supply a transparent background.
- When extracting a logo from a jpg file the edges now become pixelated/fuzzy.
- Once it’s enlarged or shrunk on the canvas it can not be moved back without cutting out the logo again.
- just don’t.
Is a PNG file ok?
It is the same thing as a jpeg. There is a chance that you or whomever sends the logo to you in a png file can save it out with a white background which in turns makes it useless.
If you send it correctly (transparent background) we will accept it and move forward.
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