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  • What can I do with my logo?

    It depends on your needs.

    With the free version of your logo, you can very easily use it for your website, Facebook logo or an email signature.

    For a professional use such as having your logo on business cards, on your store’s window or on a vehicle, you should consider getting the high-resolution plan.

  • My free logo seems blurry

    Please note that your free logo is in a low-resolution 200 x 200 format.

    We suggest you edit your logo to increase the dimensions in order to improve the overall quality.

    Click on the link provided in the email you got with your free logo, and then click on edit.

    Make the modifications and click on ¨Save¨.

    Download back your logo. If you need files with higher resolution, we suggest you take a look at our High-resolution plan.

  • Will the water mark on my logo disappear?

    The "FREELOGODESIGN.ORG" water mark will disappear immediately after you click on "Save".

    Then you will have a preview of your logo and you will be able to "Download" it.

  • How can I get my logo in EPS format?

    FreeLogoDesign doesn't provide with an EPS format.

    As a solution you can always use the PDF or the SVG files; these are the Vector files for your logo and they are included in the High-resolution plan.

    These two files can be edited on Illustrator, Photoshop or CorelDraw, if you want to work with separate layers.

  • How can I get my logo in AI or Photoshop format?

    FreeLogoDesign doesn't provide with the AI or Photoshop formats.

    AI (Adobe Illustrator) and Photoshop are programs rather than formats.

    As a solution you can always use the PDF or the SVG files; these are the Vector files for your logo and they are included in the High-resolution plan.

    These two files can be edited on Illustrator, Photoshop or CorelDraw, if you want to work with separate layers.

  • I would like to send my logo to a printing company. How should I proceed?

    Most printing companies will need a vector file such a PDF or SVG file to print in a good quality. 

    A PDF and SVG file is included in our High-resolution plan.