What are vector files and how do you convert logo's into vectors for printing.

Almost every business has a logo but often the original vector version gets lost in an old dusty folder somewhere on an old PC as people often do not have the software to open it. A vector file is a file that is made from lines and not pixels. When a logo is made in this way it can be printed any size without losing resolution. It also allows the logo's colours to be made to the correct Pantone or CMYK reference for print reproduction. A vector file is also fully editable so the colours can be changed so that the logo can be used in any colour background if brand guidelines allow. Below shows an example of the difference zoomed in between a vector ai (Adobe Illustrator) or eps (Encapsulated

Bigger is sometimes better

Just under one year ago Adplan group took its first steps into the world of signage and print. The journey has taken many twists and turns, good and bad times but overall there has been a steady growth month on month for the last 6 months. Those of you who know me networking has been a big part in new business development and the project above is a perfect example of how business networking can work. This five metre wide signage installation was designed manufactured and installed at around 15 metres in height by Adplan Group. The sign trays were powder couted to our clients corporate colours replaing their old tired looking signs. We have specialist installation crews who successfully comp

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