At the same time, when a logo designer is owning up to providing proper deliverable from his/her ends, the clients should also make sure to use a proper method of creating their logo.
Mentioned below are some of the deliverable s a logo designer should give to the clienteles and what clienteles should be receiving from their logo designer.
Providing various file formats to your clienteles will not just make them satisfied in the long-run, but any designer who likes your work will also admire you more.
Whether you are delivering high quality prints, using logo on a website, or adding it into a Word document, thank you cards and other stationeries, a variety of file formats are there that should be employed over the other.
An Encapsulated PostScript file, or EPS file, is an adaptable vector format of your logo design that allows you to resize your logo as small or big as required without any compromise on the quality.
- JPGs and GIFs:
Although unable to be scaled to a desired size like an EPS, the JPGs and GIFs are greatly preferred for online use. Because of their smaller file size, they are able to load faster on the web without being blurred to the eye when seen on a computer screen.
A Tagged Image File Format, or TIFF, is an extensively supported file format that works well in almost all programs. This format is of higher quality than that of JPG or GIF, but is not vector-formatted like an EPS.
Usually while sending TIFFs to the clients,try to produce them at a larger size, there foreit will be easy for them to resize it down or stick to the larger size for supplementary versatility, if required.