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So you've sold your first logo.

Discussion in 'Graphic Design Forum:' started by TheNoone, Jul 3, 2010.

  1. TheNoone

    TheNoone Member

    Well i've just sold my first logo, first of many i hope.

    The client is very happy with it, which made my day.

    It may sound stupid, but what formats should be sent, and how.
    Like if i send a jpeg, do i leave a background etc?


    I'd appreciate some help from some of you logo masters out there.

  2. Just a quick post, and I will post again hopefully when I am a little more awake.

    Did you create it in a vector format? (Illustrator / Photoshop) you won't be able to have a transparent background on a jpg file. Generally, I would send over an eps along with jpg's... This will allow them to take their logo to a printer and have it resized by them and printed on marketing material etc.

    Sizes, generally I would send over the largest size possible at a high res, then ask them for the sizes that they may require.

    Do we get to see the logo? Let me know if you need anything else, and I am sure there are some more experienced print designers that might be able to help some more :)
  3. TheNoone

    TheNoone Member

    Yes, it's all in vector format, wouldnt dream of doing a logo in photoshop!

    I'm away from my computer so i only have the mock-up i previously uploaded.
    I'll post the completed version later.

    Thanks for the help.


  4. No problem Kyle,

    I assume that's the logo above... I like it. My only concern is that the wording could be a little bigger for that size of font. Just my thoughts though. :)

    Take care,
  5. JonHurley

    JonHurley New Member

    As it is a simple logo without transparency or complex shading I would save it as an Illustrator EPS file. For maximum compatibility save it as a legacy version say Illustrator 8 (assuming you used Illustrator to create it of course).

    Also I would supply 2 versions, one for spot colours (ie Pantone) and one for CMYK printing.

    As well as that supply a RGB jpeg or PNG at a reasonable resolution for online reporoduction.

    Hope this helps.
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    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

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