Graphic artwork “speaks” visually to people of different languages and does not require a translation! Social media made the most out of pictograms. Printed and digital materials with icons, infographics, and illustrations are more accessible, easy to follow and to remember by people with various abilities. Graphic artwork encourages reading and simplifies the understanding of complex processes.
We create both vector and raster files so you can have your logo or infographic in whichever format works best for you.If you do not have vector versions of your image, we will re-create it for you.
However in 80% of cases, people send us a bitmap image saved with the vector file extension. Unfortunately saving a bitmap file with a different extension does not convert it into a vector file. Therefore, it also helps to check images visually by zooming them on your device screen to around 200% or higher.
You can get the best result when vectorizing images full of solid colors and simple gradients: for example, clip-art, logos, and typography.
The images are made of complex polygons and fonts, which have been filled in with solid colours and gradients.
Converting a still photo to the vector format can be a challenge. The result will look more like a posterized version of the original photo in Photoshop.
Converting a file to the vector format typically requires the use of several types of programs: