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My Logo Looks Too Small, Low Quality or Fuzzy

Last Updated: Jul 18, 2015 09:54AM CDT

Using your logo on a website

When embedding any graphic into a webpage it’s very important that the graphic is set to display at the exact size of the image. Resizing an image by changing its width or height within the web page will almost always reduce the image quality. Make sure to resize your logo to the size you want, and then add it to the website.

Using your logo for a print project

Increasing a jpg or png in size will always lower the quality. For best results you should start with the largest version of your logo and use an image editing program, like Photoshop, to reduce it down to the size you need.

Your logo can be resized with any image editing program such as PhotoShop. Or you can use an online image resizing tool such as www.resizeyourimage.com. Or, if you know the exact size you want you can email us and we'll be happy to downsize it for you at no cost.
 
If you need your logo larger than 1000 pixels you will need to have a vector version made.
 

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