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Graphics design/logo

Posted on 2013-11-29
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To begin with here is our site in construction, both mobile and desktop.
http://conutils.com/dist

We're outsourcing a logo, a silhouette of the water tower in the grainy image.

Would we want the to put page titles to the right of it and just load the image?

Or would it be preferable to have the image?

As long as we had a high enough resolution we could downscale it for mobile, right?

What should we expect with this process?
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Kyle Hamilton earned 500 total points
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If you're paying someone to design a logo, then you should expect a vector graphic which you will then be able to scale to whatever size you need without losing any quality. Only rare circumstances a logo might not be amenable to a vector graphic, like if has a photograph in it or something, but like I said, that's unusual.

Would we want the to put page titles to the right of it and just load the image?

I'm not sure what you mean by "just load the image". But what you don't want to do is have your whole header be one big image.

Your logo image should just be that, and nothing more. All your links, titles, etc.. are separate html elements

I hope that helps.
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Yea you just answered what we're looking for.
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