What Type of Art File Do I Need To Print My Logo?
by Olivia Rose on May 02, 2013
We’re custom promotional experts. And with great power comes great responsibility. When it comes to artwork requirements for trade show item(s), we often hear the question: “How do I know if my art file is good for print?” or “Can you take a look at my artwork to see if it works?”
Our personal favorite, however, is “Help!” To try and “help” our inquisitive friends, we created the video below.
This 2-minute video will help answer the following questions about your art file:
- What type of art file(s) do I need to print my logo?
- What’s the difference between a jpeg and a vector file?
- What’s a vector file?
- What PPI is required for image files?
Still unsure? Just give us a call!
Watch Here → What Type of Art File Do I Need?
MVP Visuals is a supplier of custom printed displays for retail and event promotions. We feed off the power of happy customers.
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