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Working Design Formats

All require Graphics in various Different Formats

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Working Design Formats

Designing Graphics in Multiple Formats



As a Graphic Design Company, we often provide the design files for the projects to the client or to a printer for final output. We use many design tools and formats to provide output to our clients. Typically the files types the average person will not be able to open are the files with the extensions AI, EPS, and PSD. Each of these three file types require a special software program used by designers, printers, signage manufacturers, and promotional product manufacturers. Here, we quickly describe the different file extensions you may come across when working with graphics, what each of them stand for, and how the file format is used.


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Designing for Printing and Designing Purpose

Kindly note that just as different software programs are good at performing different tasks, different file formats are good for different purposes. For example, you wouldn't use MS Word to construct a large table of financial data; you'd use MS Excel. The same principle goes for file formats, some are suited for lower-resolution web graphics and email mailers, and others are high-resolution graphics for printing.
This can be down right confusing for a non-expert. In fact, it can be disastrous to spend hours working on a design file and have it in the wrong format. Graphics Design Artwork in the wrong file format might be:

Graphics Design Artwork in the wrong file format might be


Rejected by a printer

Rejected by a printer:

Most printers have their own specific file format which is suitable for printing at their end. They might use a Corel Draw (CDR) file or Photoshop (PSD) file or any other graphics design software format. The design and print functions should be compatible to get the desired output.


Incompatible with a computer

Incompatible with a computer:

Converting from one graphics design format to another might result in data loss or design colors blending. The design formats might also be incompatible for some computers. For example, a CDR file will not open on most computers but a JPEG file will easily open on most computers.


Result in slower download times

Result in slower download times:

Additionally, the size, resolution and picture quality of an image file may affect its download times on a website or mailer.


Reproduce over the Internet or on print with unpredictable results

Reproduce over the Internet or on print with unpredictable results:

Sometimes, image formats behave differently on different computers. Some might interpret the image colors differently thus producing unexpected results.

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