Popular logo file formats – Recommended logo file format

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Popular logo file formats – Recommended logo file format

What is the most recommended logo file format?

While you are on the creating a logo for your business with our free logo maker, you will come across with different types of files. Among the many logo design file formats, the most recommended and the most popular logo file formats is the HD editable logo files. HD vector logos come as AI & EPS logo formats. HD logos are unlimited sizes and can be enlarged without any distortion. How will you know what files to choose for your logo? The best quality for printing materials and the internet use? What type of file should a logo be? Why you should use a Vector Logo? Here is a list of popular file types use can use for your new logo design. 

The most popular logo file formats for print & web use

AI illustrator – TOP quality vector logo design format. Unlimited DPI / unlimited size. Editable File.  Ideal for printing

Used mainly for: large print, huge signs, billboards, printing logo on trucks and cars, laser printing, T-Shirts.

 

EPS – TOP quality vector logo design format. Unlimited DPI / unlimited size. Editable File.

Used mainly for: special prints, laser printing, selective printing, T-Shirt.

 

PSD Photoshop –  Good quality format, Limited DPI / Limited size. Editable File. 

Used mainly for:  for small – medium print as business cards, stationery, special 3D effects.

 

PDF – most versatile and flexible file. Limited DPI / Limited size. Ideal for printing

Used mainly for:  for small – medium print as business cards, stationery, letterhead, multiple pages print.

 

PNG – Transparent logo without background. Limited DPI / Limited size. Ideal for websites

Used mainly for: website logo, social media, email, PowerPoint presentations, video production.

 

JPG – Very versatile and flexible image file. Limited DPI / Limited size.

Used mainly for: small print, website logo, email, social media.

 

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2018-07-10T16:25:32+00:007 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Annette Louise November 6, 2017 at 9:44 pm

    I’d imagine .JPG is the most for modern uses. You can’t upload to FB or Twitter without having a .JPG or a couple others.

  2. wesemakex December 10, 2017 at 9:28 am

    Thanks for the simple explanation. One should always try to design a logo in vector format and then convert it to PNG or JPG for use on a website. PNG if you want a transparent background, JPG if his logo is full of gradients.

  3. Keren December 15, 2017 at 8:13 am

    I highly recommend for business owners to take an editable quality file such as illustrator AI. This type of file will allow to change the logo as well as print it at maximum quality on a brochure, sign, T-shirt and even a business card.

  4. Amelie Barlow December 17, 2017 at 10:44 pm

    I came across another one of your post and I must admit, you are very good at what you do. You always explain things in the simplest and most informative way.
    I suppose JPG is the best for me since its the easiest to use

  5. dladladmn September 3, 2018 at 5:56 pm

    I’m so much happy with my logo thanks guys…I’m the happiest woman on earth

  6. lmcknight443 September 10, 2018 at 11:26 pm

    Say.. can you tell me how do you correct the mistake of ordering an logo from freelogoonline and forget to put your company name and other company info on the order form. So, how do you correct this error..?😊

    • Keren Shavit September 11, 2018 at 7:19 am

      Sure, with the HD editable files you can change the logo. With this files, you can change the logo yourself using illustrator/photoshop. Here some useful information from our blog
      How to Change Your Logo Design?

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