Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by bluecube, Sep 26, 2011.
Which logo format to give to client and at what resolutions?
Ai, EPS, Jpeg RGB Large, Jpeg RGB Small, Jpeg CMYK Large, Jpeg CMYK Small.
Down save the Ai and EPS if you're working in the latest.
TIFF 300dpi CMYK
Jpeg 300dpi RGB
Jpeg 120dpi RGB
Jpeg 72dpi RGB
Whatever they ask for it in/all of the above.
I usually send an eps, PDF, jpeg high and low.
PNG, other upon request
300 dots per inch is useless if the size of the image is 10pixel X 10pixel for example. Resolution and image size are 2 different things.
Personally I provide all file types I can make to the client when handing over a logo. Means that they won't suddenly ask for one specific file type LOL.
But thats just me
Depending on how well you know the client, to begin with i send a secured PDF in order to make sure they cannot use or pass onto others directly. purely for piece of mind, then an EPS and JPEG of final logo to use in whatever format they need.
Green Tree Media | Design and Print | Graphic Design Plymouth
whatever they ask for
I would ask during the initial meeting whilst putting together the design brief what type of file types they will require the logo to be sent in or contact details for the people/printers who will be working with the logo, if it isn't you.
I do the following:
Pantone, Greyscale, B/W, CMYK: EPS
Greyscale, B/W, CMYK: High-res TIFF
Greyscale, B/W, RGB: PNG and JPG
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