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Feb 13, 2012, 16:49 #1
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Designing a text based logo that can resize nicely to different resolutions?
I am having trouble trying to decide how to put a text based logo together.
Basically, i have a bit of knowledge regarding graphics and graphic formats when relating to design. Like what gif and png files are best for.
I have photoshop, which i have a basic knowledge of and use for simple graphic creation. I also have illustrator which i have a very minimal knowledge of.
I have read a good few tutorials on text based logo's using photoshop.
So far, i have been able to throw together some simple logo designs using photoshop before.
I am not an arty person, although i am creative.
What i am having trouble with at the moment, is making a scaleable text based logo.
What i basically mean by this, is the format of the website i am working on is scaled in percentages. This includes the logo which is 20% of the page width. The page is 90% of the screen size.
Now using photoshop i have made a simple logo, its dimensions are 1000x200px. So basically, it looks decent at a resolution of 1024x768+.
But the smaller the viewport, the uglier the logo becomes. So basically, if i look at the logo at a screen width of 1980px, it looks pretty good, as nice nice and smooth, but at a screen width of 800px is well... Just doesnt look right. Then on a netbook or mobile screen it just looks terrible.
What would the best solution be for this type of graphic?
Should i be reading up on vector graphics, because from my limited understanding this is what i am looking for pretty much.
Or should i rather be creating seperate images for different resolutions?
Would someone be able to share some understanding in this regard?
I would greatly appreciate it,
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