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Once completely satisfied, we provide you with a CD containing your logo in a variety of file formats (ie: eps, jpg, tif, png, and gif) in color and in black & white. Your logo will have the versatility to be used in any branding opportunity including letterhead, fax, memos, websites, promotional items, clothing, signs, auto decals, billboards, emails, Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, Quicken, and hundreds of other applications.

Below you'll find some of the final file formats that will be on your CD.

Adobe Illustrator file format ( AI )

AI, developed by Adobe Systems was created for the Apple Macintosh in 1986. Through years of development, the software now supports both the Windows and Macintosh platforms. Illustrator is primarily a vector-based editor, although later versions, such as versions 6.0 through 13.0, support bitmap information as well.

CorelDRAW files ( CDR )

A vector graphics editor. Vector graphics define an image as a list of graphic primitives (lines, text, curves, and polygons), the output, or image is displayed based upon mathematical equations. The parameters of Vectors are stored and can later by modified, making size reduction, rotating, enlarging smooth without degrading or distorting the quality.

Encapsulated PostScript ( EPS )

A file format that can contain both vector and bitmap graphics, is supported by virtually all graphic, illustration, and page-layout programs. The EPS format is most commonly used to transfer PostScript language artwork between applications. EPS can be easily exported from most graphics and desktop publishing applications, as the file is more-or-less self contained. This format is used mostly for print.

Typically, EPS files are used for elements to be included in a page layout or PDF document. Because PDF files can be designed for onscreen display as well as print, EPS supports RGB, CMYK in addition to Grayscale modes. EPS files are unable to be displayed by Web browsers (although they can be incorporated into PDF files, which can be shown through a browser plug-in).

One of the greatest advantages of EPS as a file format is the capability of including both vector and raster data for artwork.

Joint Photographic Experts Group ( JPEG )

Jepg is a standard format developed by the Joint Photographic Experts Group, allowing the transfer of files between a wide variety of platforms, using superior compression techniques. JPEG supports 8-bit grayscale and color depths up to 32-bit CMYK. This format is used mostly for print and web.

JPEG is commonly used on the Web for photographs and other continuous-tone images in which one color blends seamlessly into another. Because of its support for 24-bit color (in RGB mode), JPEG is far better than GIF for displaying the subtle shifts in color that occur in nature.

(Rather than GIF's maximum of 256 distinct colors, JPEG files can include more than 16.7 million colors.) JPEG is the most common file format for digital cameras because of it's file size reduction capabilities.

Tagged Image File Format ( TIFF )

TIFF was designed to be independent of the hardware platform and the operating system on which it executes. TIFF makes very few demands upon its operating environment. TIFF should (and does) perform equally well in both the Windows and Apple Macintosh's environments -- and UNIX. This format is used mostly for print.

TIFF is a popular format for high-color-depth images, along with JPEG and PNG. TIFF files can be produced directly by most desktop scanners and many digital cameras.

The format supports CMYK, RGB, Lab, Indexed Color, Grayscale, and Bitmap color modes. It is a flexible and adabtable file format, that can handle multiple images and data within a single file. Tiff files can include vector-based clipping paths, used to crop images, has the ability to store image data in a lossless format, and is useful when archiving images.

Graphics Interchange Format ( GIF )

A graphic file format designed to use a minimum of disk space and be easily read and exchanged between computers. This format is commonly used to publish images of 256 colors or less to the Internet. Due to it's wide support and portability this format is used most commonly for web applications.

GIF is suitable for illustrations and other images with large areas of solid color and no or few gradients or blends. Many logos and cartoons, as well as Web navigation items, such as banners and buttons, are appropriate for GIF. This file format is not appropriate for most photographs and other continuous-tone images because it can record a maximum of only 256 distinct colors. (A photograph might have thousands or millions of individual colors.)

Your logo is an investment into your business, it will quickly become a graphic element that represents you, your business and your success. Through our professional creative process we'll create a logo gives you an edge over competitors. Feel free to contact us today to go over your new business logo design projec

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