Vector vs. Raster (49)The folowing is one of the best explanations of Raster vs Vector images I have ever read. Contributed by our own Keyare. Photoshop is raster based. You never do logos in photoshop unless everything you do is either on the web or in full colour - even then it's rare.
Vector or Raster (50)Vectors and Raster Images is what every designer or graphic artist regularly uses. This leaves us with a question, which among these techniques is better to use? and when do you use vector or raster in your designs? This is a tough question for a designer or a graphic artist. There were even a confusion of what is vector and raster. In this post I would explain each technique.
Copyright with logos (51)To hear intellectual property attorneys describe it, it seems so simple. Copyright covers creative works of expression fixed into a tangible medium of expression. Trademark covers business names, slogans and other items used to identify it in the marketplace. Patent covers ideas and inventions. Simple. Then what about logos?
FAQ trademarks (52)What is a trademark? What is a service mark? What is a patent? What is a copyright? What is a certification mark? What is a collective membership mark? What is a collective mark? Where can I get basic trademark information? Must I register my trademark? etc.
Logo types (55)A logo is a perspicuous glyph or symbolic, identifying mark that conveys origin, identity, or ownership. The main function is to elicit recognition. The object of a logo is to act as a mnemonic device and identifier, to communicate a desired thought or feeling, and to generate a desired emotional response. A thought-provoking logo design can strengthen your brand image and corporate identity, giving you a psychological advantage over your competition.