Standard features for a jpg image file
Posted on 2006-11-29
I'm not a graphic designer, just looking for some advice.
In the country where I reside, our organization controls political parties.
One of our requests is the logo of the political party, just for information purposes to the people.
We need to ask some standards for this image file:
- Format: JPG
- Resolution: 300 dpi
- Dimensions: 10cm x 10cm
- Minimum size: 50Kb
- Maximum size: 100 Kb
We don't need a hughe large image of the logo, but neither a so small one.
I think 300 dpi is a correct standard. What I'm not so sure is about dimensions: 10cmx10cm. Is it ok?
Do you think size between 50KB - 100 KB would make too small the image?
Any other feature that you would recommend to ask ?
On my Windows Explorer, usually when I move the mouse over a image file, it is showed something like: "Dimensions: 300x400". What it the measure? Pixels?