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#1 dbdesigns


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Posted 30 April 2005 - 07:50 PM

I am new to this forums and am making myself comfortable by browsing around. It has some very neat work from the contest participating designers. While browsing the forums, I came across the Logo/Corporate Identity section. The category has some very good contest with promising rewards.

My suggestion is when the Contest Holder hold a contest, it would be great if they pass on the information about the final product to the forum host letting them know in which file format would they like their logo to be in. Since it can be a real pain to convert a logo made in Adobe Photoshop to a CorelDraw one. As one knows, one prefers logos made in CorelDraw for printing then in Adobe Photoshop. Besides while converting there are chances for the final product to have a little to alot of difference to what the contest holder intially approved to.

This is just me, hope to see you guys around :D


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Posted 30 April 2005 - 08:21 PM

usualy logos done in vectors and it is not a big deal to convert the artwork from one vector format to another. However if there are some unusual requirements for the final product they are mentioned as a rule.

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