The Logo Redraw Process
The process of taking an image, design or logo and converting it to a print ready logo vector is also commonly known as a logo redraw or logo vectorisation. This process is also known by other acronyms such as vector redraw, raster to vector, logo to eps, jpg to eps and bitmap to vector.
Customers want their image or logos vectorised for many reasons, but the primary reason is so that they can use the logo for print on a business card, leaflet, flyer, sign shop, t-shirts or printing on other material or engraving.
For printing purposes, the logo has to be of a very high quality, and many of our customers come to us once their printers tell them that the quality of their logo or image or artwork needs improving to avoid a bad quality print.
That is what our logo redraw service is all about. We improve the quality of your logo primarily so that it can be used for printing by converting the logo to a vector. Once we vectorise your logo, it will print well - whatever its size. For example, if the logo will be printed on business cards then a small size logo vector will be used. If it is to be printed on shop sign, then a much larger size logo vector will be used.
In either case, the great property of vectorised logos is that, at any size they maintain their quality. In addition, logo vectors can easily be altered to modify it's properties such as changes to colours.
It is important to understand that a logo redraw can be done using different methods, each method producing results of varying quality. Read More.