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Printing logo advice needed!!

Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by Rebecca Whitehurst, May 1, 2013.

  1. Rebecca Whitehurst

    Rebecca Whitehurst New Member

    Hi guys,

    Just completed a logo design (below), and client wants large version for use on a banner. Obviously, when I increase the size, as majority of logo is vector there is no problem, however there is a dropshadow behind the logo which can only be rasterised a certain amount. Im still very inexperienced when it comes printing matters... should I keep the drop shadow as a raster or do I somehow make it a vector? Also, do I send the client many sized versions for various uses or will just one vector version of the logo suit all uses, since it can be scaled as needed? Please advise - ur help is always appreciated!!

  2. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

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  3. Rebecca Whitehurst

    Rebecca Whitehurst New Member

    Thanks for the quick reply! ;)

  4. LovesPrint

    LovesPrint Member

    I'd send the illustrator file along too, for the customer to pass on to printers and designers if requested. It's a jeffing nightmare when all I get is a crappy jpeg.
  5. Rebecca Whitehurst

    Rebecca Whitehurst New Member

    Thanks.. yes I always send Illustrator and EPS files with the PNG :)

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