Vector graphics, know your files…

Posted on Oct 29, 2013 in News

Have you seen your logo or symbol output to digital or litho print with jagged edges? – We often have the problem of being supplied with unusable origination (logos, illustrations, symbols etc) from others for design, editing and print output. Click on this easy guide to vector graphics ‘what are vector graphics‘. It explains why when you are supplying origination to designers or printers we require high resolution (300dpi) vector files. Vector files end with the suffix .eps – so when trolling through your files look for the .eps and that’s usually a vector. We use Adobe Illustrator as our vector editor and with the correct vector file we can edit, resize and reproduce your brand logo or other symbol effectively with clean sharp outlines and edges, perfect… and remember of in doubt just ask!