A function within graphic software that allows the user
to assemble, organize and re-edit their artwork.
The vertical spacing (measured in points) between lines
The lightness or brightness of a color.
Line weight is a term referring to the thickness of
a printing line. Sometimes shapes are drawn with a line weight of zero
and then the fill color is used to define the shape.
Unique visual business identifiers. A logo is an image that acts like a business signature, identifying the company and differentiating it from the competition. Although not a requirement, many logos illustrate the nature of the business and/or the nature of its products/services.
Example of an online business logo design company
A popular online logo design service.
Refers to a form of data compression where the detail
is retained and no data is lost after file downsizing. The lossless
compression method is commonly used in TIFF and GIF formats.
A form of data compression where detail is removed as
the file size are reduced. A common lossy compression method is JPEG.
A low-resolution image is a low-detail scan made from,
for example a photograph.
The brightness of an area determined by the amount of
light it reflects or emits.
A useful compression technique that compress images
that contain large areas of single color, for example screenshots. This
technique is supported by TIFF, GIF and PDF.