Proper File Formats and Image Sizes for Web Design

It is important to send the proper image sizes and file formats for your web design project. The quality of your content (Text, Images, Graphics, etc.) not only affects the appearance of your site, it also has an impact on its overall performance. For this reason, we have strict guidelines for the quality and format of content we use in our work. These guidelines allow us to be more creative, work more efficiently, and preserve the value of your investment by avoiding the many adverse affects of poorly optimized content.

Logo Specifications

Acceptable logo file formats and sizes for use on a website and most other design projects:

Preferred Formats:EPS, AI, SVG(Vector Formats)
Acceptable Formats:PDF, PNG( With Transparent Backgrounds )
Unacceptable Formats:JPG, JPEG 
Minimum Resolution:72dpi 
Minimum Width: 800px 

Logo Gudelines

Acceptable logo file formats and sizes for use on a website and most other design projects:

Learn more about vector graphics why you should always keep a copy of your your logo in vector format.

Image Specifications

Acceptable logo file formats and sizes for use on a website and most other design projects:

Preferred Formats:JPG, PNG, RAW (Raster Images)
Acceptable Formats:PDF, TIF, GIF 
Unacceptable Formats: 
Minimum Resolution:72dpi 
Preferred Minimum Width:2500pxMost Versatile. Can be scaled down for any use.
 Minimum Width:1920pxAcceptable in most cases.
Absolute Minimum Width1200pxAnything smaller than this may not be useable for any purpose

Images are not usable if:

Copyrights

Images should not be used unless they meet at least one of the following criteria :

Learn more about file types for images and graphics, and their various uses.

Written Content Specifications

Submit written content (text) in one of the following formats:
Microsoft Word.docx
Apple Pages.pages
Text File.txt
Portable Document Format.pdf

 

Text may not be accepted if:

Text will not be accepted if:

Learn about the benefits of well written content and how it affects your website’s ranking and visibility in search engine results.

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