How to use
my logo files?
You should have one high resolution .jpg file for viewing on your computer. The JPG is the most common image file type, and is easily opened on any computer or smartphone.
PNG’s are similar to jpg’s in that they are easily opened and viewed on any computer or smartphone, but also have the added benefit of transparency, so the rectangle behind and around your logo won’t appear as a white box when used for output. The PNG file can also be added as your Facebook Business Page logo or your Google Business Profile logo.
You will also receive an editable PDF file. A pdf is a very common file type and can be viewed in a finder window, web browser, or Adobe Acrobat Reader
An eps file is the gold standard for your logo files. It is a vector-based image, when exported from Adobe Illustrator, and is meant for print usage.
An svg file is a vector-based image meant for web usage. An svg can be used on a website and allows the image to be scaled and maintain quality. These files have transparent backgrounds and can be opened in Illustrator or a web browser. Some printers accept svg files, but generally svg files are used online and eps files are used in print.
We also include a .ai or (Adobe Illustrator) file as some printing companies ask for this so they can modify little things.