Why vector? Who can use this service? Vector Formats Workflow The Graphic below depicts the workflow for single orders. The artworks can be sent to us via email. We accept payments via paypal and creditcards. ‘Reference in this site to any photos or images in the portfolio, process or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer or otherwise, does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation or favouring by us. They are only to show our digital capabilities.’ Vector images are created by the numerical coordinates that are contained within the file. Vector images can be scaled up or down infinitely without the loss of resolution and are much smaller files compared to bitmap files. Vector images also allow you to change color and edit individual elements with ease. Vector artwork is simply comprised of lines (wireframe) that represent the objects. Vector images are usually created with drawing programs such as CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator or Freehand. : The archive of the artwork can be used for Literature, Manuals, Brochures, Newspapers, Service bulletins and a host of areas. Images can be of two types, raster based and vector based. Raster based or pixel based file formats (.GIF, .TIF, .BMP, .JPG) are made up of pixels. Other than using this image on the web, there’s not really much we can do with it. We can’t even enlarge it, lest the image pixelates rather badly. Whereas vector images can be scaled to any size, without any loss in quality of the image. They can be easily edited, thus the best choice for a logo or any other line art is a vector based image. We create a vector logo from a raster image. These images are created using Corel Draw. The raster image is manually traced, to produce artwork of the highest quality. In order to convert your logo to all the correct formats, our designers first have to convert your logo into a VECTOR based format. This is done by literally tracing the outlines of each shape using a professional VECTOR based drawing program (Corel draw). This is a fairly time consuming process and requires a highly skilled designer. Hopefully, we will have the correct font that it used in your logo and can simply replace the PIXEL based version. If not, we’ll have to trace the font by hand and that will increase production time significantly. The best choice for logos and other line art is an EPS file (Encapsulated PostScript). EPS is a high resolution image stored in the Postscript page description language. The EPS standard enables users to transfer high-resolution graphics images between applications. You can size EPS images without sacrificing image quality. EPS files are typically generated from vector based programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand, or CorelDraw. EPS files are fully scalable and are not susceptible to distortion. Also, spot colors are easily specified in vector programs, which comes in handy if your project is not going to be produced in 4-color process. The Graphic below depicts the workflow for single orders. The artworks can be sent to us via email. We accept payments via paypal and creditcards 3. You send us an email approving of the cost. You will have to make an advance payment of 50% if your image is costedto be more than $30 USD. Please note the time difference between India and your country – to receive your vector file after you have made your payment. We work Mon- Fri. Our turnaround time would be OUR 2-3 working days (or less depending on the job queue) if you do not have a Business Account. However we do accomodate rush jobs on request at an additional cost of $15 USD for each file. Each additional format is costed at an addition of $5 USD ‘Reference in this site to any photos or images in the portfolio, process or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer or otherwise, does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation or favouring by us. They are only to show our digital capabilities.’ Source.