Clean Up Your Logo – Repair, Refresh & Upgrade Your Brand
We’ll repair and clean up your logo, creating all the file formats you’ll need – print, web, and electronic– and supply you with all the digital material required to effectively manage your brand logo, consistently and economically.
Logo repair & cleanup services: information and pricing
Do you need a logo repair or a logo design project? Learn more about our logo cleanup services to decide..
Let our design team clean up your logo and create pristine, professionally formatted files for print & web..
Logo repair & cleanup – some examples & case studies
Logo cleanup & rendering project for World Blackjack Champ Ken Einiger. Extensive rework of a broken design..
Client had lost their original files. Converting low resolution bitmap files into unlimited resolution vector formats..
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Logo Clean Up
If your logo artwork has become blurry, or developed a bad case of the jaggies, your logo files have probably been saved and re-saved, sometimes after the design has been enlarged. This will cause pixels to become visible and your logo will appear fuzzy, blurred and will show jagged edges as the individual pixel squares become noticeable.
To repair your logo, our designers take ‘diamond in the rough’ artwork – be it blurry digital images or a hard copy printed version – and clean it up manually using professional design software to create a vector based source file. As we’re logo perfectionists at our studio, we opt for hand rendering each and every time – auto tracing images through software tend to be unpredictable and unable to create ‘clean’ files. Once we have this vector logo, we can create bitmap based images, .JPGs and .PNGs. for example, at any size and at any resolution. Vector files are practically required to print anything.
Download our free logo format guide
Logo design file formats, their applications and the differences between vectors and bitmaps, JPG & PNG and other commonly used logo formats. A must for the do-it-yourselfer
Why you might need a logo repair to manage your brand:
A look at vector files, why they’re important in designing logos and why you shouldn’t ever design a logo in Photoshop.What is a Vector?
A logo REPAIR project is appropriate when:
1) You already have some preliminary material for us to work from, bitmap images for example, or you already have a logo that requires some touch-up, cleanup or a name change.
2) If you already have a logo and wish to have it cleaned up, ‘modernized’, a name change added, or your logo converted from a bitmap version to a vector file.
3) If you have low-resolution files of your logo and require high-resolution versions, or you wish to change colors or typography on an old printed version of your design.
4) If you have a logo that is in a non-digital format (ie: already printed) and need it to be digital, scalable and adaptable to a wide range of media.Repair vs. Design
“As a client, buyer or end user of a logo, it may be outside your realm of expertise, and the array of logo files you receive from a designer may seem terribly confusing. We’ve written several file format guides before, but they’ve been somewhat technical in nature, probably too complex and detailed for the average do-it-yourself business person. You don’t care about the whys and wherefores, fancy terms and explanations. You simply want to get stuff done with your new logo. Hopefully, this guide will help..”Logo file formats. A DIY design client’s guide
“Whenever you hire anyone to create your logo, you’ll end up – or should end up – with some (or all) of these files and image types. This quick reference guide illustrates the strengths and weaknesses of each. While there are exceptions to every design ‘rule’, this guide will serve as a fairly comprehensive outline of format uses for your new company logo.. ”Files & Formats: Quick Reference Guide