This past Sunday, Brittany Sims and I had the pleasure of attending the first Farm Dinner hosted at the Grange by the Wilson Café. It was a, dare I say, magical evening filled with lots of laughter, great food, wine and the best company we could have asked for. Southern hospitality at its finest.
If you’re in business (of any kind), you have a logo (or you should). And chances are, at some point, you have been asked to send your logo to a third party: ad agency, billboard company, printer, embroidery shop, etc. Or you have placed your logo on marketing materials yourself, such as your website, your Facbook profile pic, forms, letterhead or brochures.
The following is the low-down on file types—what they are and when to use them—so the next time you scroll to that logo file, you’ll know beforehand which type will work best.
When building a website, writing a blog post or creating marketing materials, it is a great practice to use images, including pictures and graphics. Just using any image is not a good practice, so it is best to use well-made, professional images.
Unfortunately, many people believe this is a license to use the best one they find without permission or compensation. This is copyright infringement, which can lead to a cease and desist letter, fines or even lawsuits.