What are the differences between a printed logo and a web logo? - Technologies & Tools

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  1. What are the differences between a printed logo and a web logo?

    The printed logo require a much higher resolution and needs to be saved in a certain standard printed formats. Some of the most universal printed formats for print job are TIFF.EPS and AL{illustrator}.

    By creating a logo in these file formats, the logo can be opened up and printed even without having the original software application that the logo was created in.

    Web logos require a much smaller resolution (since they only need to be displayed on screen).and its quality will appear very blurred or jagged on paper. That is why they are not a good choice for printing.
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  2. Re: What are the differences between a printed logo and a web logo?

    I'm actually seeing alot more hi res JPG files being used for printing. Why? I don't know. Since its a lossy format, but the last few logos I have dealt with for printing have been JPG and not EPS/TIFF or AI like in the old days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgconversion View Post
    The printed logo require a much higher resolution and needs to be saved in a certain standard printed formats. Some of the most universal printed formats for print job are TIFF.EPS and AL{illustrator}.

    By creating a logo in these file formats, the logo can be opened up and printed even without having the original software application that the logo was created in.

    Web logos require a much smaller resolution (since they only need to be displayed on screen).and its quality will appear very blurred or jagged on paper. That is why they are not a good choice for printing.
    Thanks for making a clear distinction between a web logo and printed logo.

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    Resolution is the quality of an image. It is measured in terms of pixels. If you see an image listed as "72 ppi", that means the image has 72 pixels per inch (ppi). Because web graphics are viewed on screen, they should be no larger than 72 ppi. A large ppi image will load slower, and won't necessarily look any better.

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