What size should a logo be in Photoshop?
For the most part, 250 px (width) x 100 px (height) are the optimal logo dimensions for a web page. If, however, you need to customize your logo size, we know how to do it! Below we’ve listed a few logo dimensions for the two most common layouts.
What is the best resolution for a logo?
General Tips. + Resolutions should ideally be 300 pixels per inch. + It’s easier to start with a photo too large and size it down than to start with one too small and try to blow it up. + For print applications, your logo and line (clip) art should be vector files, not raster.
What size should a logo be in inches?
Logos for Print
mug, the standard print size area is 8.5 inches x 3 inches. On an average hat, the logo size is around 3 inches- 3 1/2 inches wide.
How many pixels is a high resolution logo?
Size of this preview: 731 × 600 pixels. Other resolutions: 293 × 240 pixels | 585 × 480 pixels | 936 × 768 pixels | 1,248 × 1,024 pixels | 2,359 × 1,936 pixels.
|Description||Wavebob Company Logo|
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How do I save a logo in high resolution?
For a high res jpeg you can simply go to file – export -then select jpeg from the drop down box and set the quality you require, higher the quality the larger the file size will be. As for the EPS this is a vector format so is not dependent on resolution and can be scaled up and down without loss of quality.