Hi I'm a first year Graphic Design student and have agreed to design a logo for a friends business as a freebie in order to get some experience. However I have just 24 hours to get it to him and I am starting to panic about file formats and colour as I have a very limited knowledge about both ! I have designed a simple logo in Illustrator and I am going to use just one or maybe two colours. The logo will be used for print as well as web. I have been advised to use a Pantone Solid Coated Spot colour to make life easy when using litho printing for large runs. Am I right in assuming that I should do the following: 1. Pick the Panatone Solid Coated colour/s that I want to use whilst in Illustrator 2. Make sure the document is set up as CMYK 3. Save the file as .EPS and place it in Indesign 4. Export and package the document 5. Save a Hi-res Jpeg for use in Print in CMYK 6. Save a Hi-res Jpeg for use on the Web in RGB 7. Save a GIFF/PNG for use on non-white backgrounds on screen 1. Assuming that I want to initialy set the document up as a print job, should the document be set up as CMYK? I read somewhere that when using spot colours you should covert the file to Greyscale? But obviously this turns everything to black and white so doesn't make sense. 2.I am designing in Illustrator. Do I definetly need to import the file into Indesign? And if so, is this so I can Package and Export the document? 3. I have been told that I need to save a PNG or GIFF file for circumstances when it is used on the web and placed on non white backgrounds. I have looked and cant seem to find the option to do this in either Indesign or Illlustrator. Any ideas? My friend needs the logo by Thus evening so he can email it to the government to go on their websites and be printed in their brochures so I need to make sure that all of the files are saved in the right format etc. Sorry for so many questions! Any advice much appreciated.