|Posted by Company Logo Design on May 5, 2011 at 2:07 AM|
If you are a regular user of computer then you must have come across various file formats and if you have noticed each one of them is recognized by a separate browser or software. So one thing is clear, that an extension is used to determine which software will be used to launch a program.
Handling file formats won’t be that annoying when a person is not into technicalities of a computer but when a small business owner especially the startups hires a graphic designer to get their future brand recognition device, it becomes extremely difficult for them to understand the unknown logo file formats which are used by the designers for the deliverance of their corporate identity.
Lets treat them one by one:
1-EPS (Encapsulated Post Script):
Graphic designers literally love this file format because it can be the best option for importing and exporting postscript files. It is best to deliver a high-end graphics in combination with text and images.
2-JPEG ( Joint photographic Expert Group)
Released in the year 1992, JPEG or JPG is a frequently used file format which is used not only for the logo design but regular images as well. Due to the picture perfect quality it renders to its viewers, it has become the hot favorite of all the graphic designers and clientele.
3-TIFF ( Tagged Image File Format)
For the purpose of printing, it can be the best option for a graphic designer. This file format supports all the required image modes including LAB, RGB and CYMK colors.
4-PSD (Photoshop Document)
The greatest graphic design software of all times, the Photoshop is used by almost all of the contemporary graphic designers to craft logo designs. The room of creativity it offers is unprecedented, therefore, most of the time, the final draft of logo designs are delivered in this file format.