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Understanding the pros and cons of using a certain file type for your project is important. This infographic from Creative Market helps you better understand various file formats:

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Today i am covering logo file types again, i have done a few posts on correct files you should be receiving from your graphic designer. Its important when you purchase a logo that you understanding file types, this includes .jpg, .png, .pdf, .ai, .eps ect. and how and when to use them. You may…

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A handy guide for when to save images as JPEGs, PNGs or GIFs — Ned Potter
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A handy guide for when to save images as JPEGs, PNGs or GIFs

A handy guide for when to save images as JPEGs, PNGs or GIFs — Ned Potter

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30 Exploding Stone Brushes

30 Exploding Stone Brushes #GraphicRiver 30 Hi Res Exploding Stone Brushes Included file format: .abr (CS6 Photoshop Brush File) .abr (Photoshop Brush File) .png (30 Source Files, 3000×3000 Pixel, 300dpi) .psd (30 Source Layers, 5000×5000 Pixel, 300dpi) .............................................................................................................. More Hot Brush Sets – Essential Action Brushes Created: 7October12 Add-onFilesIncluded: LayeredPSD #TransparentPNG #PhotoshopABR…

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Flowy is made with fast workflow in mind, so we created 236 ready to use templates, built on the 1170 grid and in Photoshop file format. You can create flowcharts for both mobile and web projects of any complexity and show them to your team or clients in …

Flowy is made with fast workflow in mind, so we created 236 ready to use templates, built on the 1170 grid and in Photoshop file format. You can create flowcharts for both mobile and web projects of any complexity and show them to your team or clients in …

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Countless times clients have asked in a panic, "Can you please send my logo over to our printer in a ‘vector' format? I have no idea what this means!" Or, we need to request a client's existing logo for our design work, only to receive a rasterized file format that doesn't allow us to use it with unlimited creativity.