Sunday, May 1, 2011

A look into different logo file formats!

So many file formats can definitely confuse you if you have to select any one of them for your logo design because the graphic designer has sent you with a file that is unrecognizable by all the softwares you have. For this, you need to understand how to convert one file format into other but before that you need to have a thorough understanding of all the logo file formats that are used by graphic designers today.


Joint photographic expert group commonly known as JPEG or JPG was first officially released in the year 1992 with a view to render a high quality pictures. Due to this particular feature, it is considered the best for picture and images. It can offer incomparable transparency and animation.


Tagged image file format is best when one wants to get their corporate identity printed for business card, envelope, letter heads etc.  TIFF is preferred by every graphic designer today because every software and web application recognizes it. It supports every image mode from LAB to RGB to CYMK colors which helps in displaying a picture perfect quality.


Adobe illustrator commonly known as AI is a very famous file format used for illustrators. It is literally loved by professional graphic designers for the extra large room of editing it provides.


Photoshop document which comes next to the illustrator for graphic designing. Mostly logo designs are created with the help of Photoshop because of its worldwide acceptance and popularity. PSD basically involves the use of lots of layers and channels which allows a graphic designer to make the most of his creative ideas in the logo design he is creating.

Hence, you can go through the preceding information to understand what is the logo format all about?


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