I often get asked about the different file types for images that are found on the internet, so I thought that it might be useful to do a beginner’s guide on this blog to help out. This posting, in the true spirit of a beginner’s guide, is a very basic look at bitmap images and, as such, will not go into any great technical detail, as I feel that such detail is not needed by the vast majority of our customers. Continue reading
One of the hardest parts of my job is getting my customers to understand the suitability, or (often) otherwise, of the artwork that they give me to replicate. We are often sent tiny bitmap pictures of less than 100 x 100 pixels that are taken from the customer’s website and asked to use them on a football shirt or, even worse, a large advertising board. Continue reading
If you said two, red and yellow, I’m afraid that, like most of our customers, you would be wrong, as there are in, in fact, more than 200!
But it is a red circle on a yellow background isn’t it? Continue reading