Generally there is no charge to add a logo to an existing design as long as it follows our recommended guidelines below. Vector artwork prints best — we accept .eps, .pdf, and .svg vector files. If you don’t have a vector file, we accept high resolution .jpg and .png image files. Please review the details below for best results.
When possible, use vector graphics created in a professional design program. Vector graphics retain high image quality at any size. This will ensure shapes, lines and text in your logo are nice and crisp. If you upload bitmap-based content (JPEGs or PNGs), there may be some fuzziness around your logo.
If you don’t have a vector file for your logo, the next best format is a high resolution raster/pixel file such as a JPEG image.
Logos or images saved from a website are generally too small to use and will print poorly.
Images or logos embedded within Microsoft Office documents such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Publisher are not supported.
Yes, if you select “normal” order processing, a proof will be emailed to you for review and approval. About proofs
If you do not have a vector version of your logo or if you are not sure what file format you have, just send us what you have and we can confirm if it is suitable. If you have multiple versions of a logo in several file formats, feel free to send us all the files you have and our design team will select the file that is best.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss your design requirements, please feel free to contact us for assistance.