So a few eons back you had a graphic designer create a logo for your business. It looks great on your business card and web site. Your world was skittles and unicorns dancing upon fluffy clouds.
Now you have to get a big sign made. The Chamber of Commerce needs your logo for an ad… and the marketing department wants t-shirts for another event.
But you can’t get the original art any longer, because your designer ran off to Mexico/joined a cult/lost your files.
So you hand over your business card because it’s all you’ve got. Problem solved, right?
Except that when the ad people blow up that scanned biz card or web graphic, here’s what it looks like:
This is horribly embarrassing and not the best way to represent your business. If you’re trying to convince yourself that it doesn’t matter because nobody pays attention to that stuff, you’d be wrong. One look at your fuzzy, sort-of-legible sign and potential customers form an opinion about how well you do whatever it is you do. It’s not a good opinion. Is it fair to judge a book by its cover?
Does it matter what’s fair if you look like you do business on a card table in an alley?
When you give this to a sign maker, printer, or advertiser, each one of them is going to either charge you hours of design time to fix it, or just leave it alone (translation: a mess).
We can save your logo.
We’ll take your logo on a scanned business card or from a web site graphic and painlessly convert it from raster (bitmap) format to vector format. Then we’ll provide you with the vector file (and a few other files) so you’ll never have to go through this process again.
You’ll have a clean and crisp logo that can scale up to virtually any size with no loss of image quality. You’ll look great and save money on future sign, product, and ad services. Because we also archive your files forever.
Here’s what that fuzzy logo looks like when we convert it:
Check out those crisp edges (left). This is the wireframe view of your scalable vector file (right)
Get it done once, get it done right. Save it forever.
Get your logo fixed once and for all, only $99.