Boise Website Design | Logo formats: quick reference guide
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logo formats

Logo formats: quick reference guide

Here’s an overview of the files typically sent:

VECTOR (AI, PDF and EPS)

CMYK version
Pantone (PMS) color version
Black, single colour version
White version

RASTER (JPEG, PNG, TIFF)

RGB version

Logo Variants (optional)

Although you can’t always control how a client will use the logo, by providing the design in the formats detailed above, along with a supporting usage document, you have done all you can to ensure the design is presented its best.