Complex RepairLogo Repair (Only)
- For highly complex logos or poor source material to work from.
- Factory Floor preview area
- 3 day delivery of repaired files
- Professional file formats
- Add stationery design for $100 (save $95)
- Copyright transfer N/A (we do not claim ownership of the material you supply, nor can we transfer it.)
Complex PLUSWith Stationery
- Add stationery design with an $100.00 PLUS upgrade (reg. $195.) Letterhead, business card (up to 4 individual cards) and envelope design. Available as payment option when you submit your Complex logo repair project.
Complex Logo Repair
Rendering of very poor source material or complicated images
If your logo was sketched by hand, the time honored ‘napkin doodle’, or you only have access to poor quality, low-resolution bitmaps of your logo, you’ll need to have vector files created before you can reproduce anything. To be prepared for every kind of reproduction, your logo should be carefully cleaned up and converted into .EPS, .JPG and .PNG formats. Black and white greyscale and linears would be helpful too. In order to accomplish this, we need to create a vector based version of your logo. And that’s in essence how our Complex Logo Repair service works..
Pricing – $295.00
Full payment of $295.00 payable upon project submission.
Repaired Logo Delivery:
3 business days. Exclusive Factory Floor client page for your project.
Maximum Number Of Design Revisions:
1 revision round after initial repair.
Our Complex logo repair package is a logo rendering and formatting service only. Concepts and design proposals NOT included. Logo repair is performed on original digital material or sketches supplied by you. For a logo involving concepts and design, please select from our custom logo design services.
File Formats Delivered:
Professional file format bundle of your logo including print and web files.
Delivered by download from your client page. CD by mail available. (US & Canadian clients only – International clients subject to S/H charge.)
N/A. As we are performing logo repair work on a design that you already own the rights too, we do not claim copyright to the design, nor can we transfer it.
N/A Logo only.
PLUS stationery design available at additional charge.
File formats included:
EPS (Encapsulated Postscript) files:
Spot color (above) or full color (below)
The vector-based source files of any design by The Logo Factory. This is a editable and scalable version of your new logo from which anyone can create all other formats and image types. This file is generally the format used by quality printers. For color matching accuracy of spot color logos, we use the Pantone Matching System (PMS). For print color reference, Pantone Color Guides are available at better local printers.
JPG & PNG files:
Industry standard for the distribution of high-quality images, while still remaining small enough in file size for bandwidth and download speed concerns. Can be either CMYK or RGB. Supplied in multiple resolutions – 300 DPI (print production and/or special FX) to 72 DPI (web site and other electronic reproduction). Resolution – Varied. 300 dpi (PX) Print, 72 dpi (PX) for electronic. PNG files can feature transparent backgrounds and can be placed on colored backgrounds.
These relatively low resolution files (72 DPI) are almost exclusively for web site usage. A .GIF image can feature transparent backgrounds for use on different color web pages. If your logo colors and/or treatment cannot be rendered accurately using the limited color palette of the .GIF format, your designer will supply .JPG alternatives. Resolution: 72 dpi (PX).
Black & white grayscale:
In both vector (above) and bitmap (below)
A black and white grayscale version of your logo is a version that is made up of tones which are in turn made up from varying sizes of black dots. A grayscale version of your logo is suitable for BW print reproduction, resolution permitting. This version of your logo will be supplied in vector and bitmap formats.
Black & white linear:
In both vector (above) and bitmap (below)
A black and white linear version of your logo is a version that is made up of solid black. There are no half-tones (screens) or grays. This is the best type of logo for use on low-resolution reproduction. This version of your logo will be supplied in vector and bitmap formats.