Frequently Asked Questions

What File Formats Will My Logo Be Supplied In?

Your logo is supplied to you in 3 print ready vector formats and 2 bitmap formats. The vector formats are EPS (encapsulated post-script) files which are fully scalable to any size without loss of quality, ie. may be printed small on your business cards, or enlarged for signage, vehicle livery, etc.

These files are what you should supply your commercial printer, graphic design agency, etc. when requiring professional printing services. The 3 versions of the logo are in CMYK (4-colour process), PANTONE (Pantone Colour Matching System) and black.

A high resolution JPEG file is supplied which is ideal for desktop printing from office software programs such as Word or for using in a presentation.

Finally, a GIF file is supplied for use on a website.

All artwork files will be emailed to you in a ZIP file to reduce download time: or if you prefer, separate files may be sent.

Why do you include a black EPS file?

The black or greyscale EPS file is for newspaper print or yellow pages advertising.

Do I own the copyright of my new logo?

Yes. The full copyright of the final logo design is yours at the end of the design process. You will receive a 'Transfer of Copyright Ownership' certificate in a PDF file signed by the designer which you may print out. The only request is that a copy of your logo may be used on the ne14 design portfolio page.

What File Format Will My Stationery Be Supplied In?

If you have chosen a package that includes business card, letterhead and compliments slip design; they will be supplied to you as high resolution PDF files in CMYK colours, ready to be handed over to a printer of your choice.

Where Are You Based?

Ne14 Design is based just outside of Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England and provides small business owners from around the UK with affordable graphic design solutions.

Note: All other design for print work will be supplied as high resolution PDF files with a 3mm bleed around the edge, ready to be sent to a commercial printer near you.