I don’t know about you, but I really needed some help what it came to knowing what files to expect when I received my logo, which was why I found this post that I recently found extremely helpful, “Have a logo? Here are the files you should get from you designer”.
Author Sarah Leigh says, “It’s particularly important to have access to your final logo in multiple formats. You’ll most likely be ordering printed material, like large scale signage and business cards. Your logo will also appear on the web, in a whole slew of instances, from your homepage to your Twitter avatar. It’ll appear by itself, on a white background, or overlaid on photography. All of these call for appropriate file types. It’ll save you time, money, and headache down the road.”