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There is no standard. Seasoned designers often understand the value of vector files and will often start with the vector format then generate raster format. The resolution independence of vector makes it almost automatically a "given" for a logo. A logo is most often sized and scaled a whole range of sizes. Starting with, or providing vector, just makes ...


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Theres no standard. There is no standards body outside Adobe who has mostly captured the GD market. This is graphics design not engineering, if it was engineering youd have several competing standards. The formats themselves have standards offcourse since that is engineering. It all depends on the industry, not yours, the clients. Clients in small business ...


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I'm not willing to say there is no standards. There's no standard if one wants to ignore them, as much as there's no standard in web development or any other profession then. If you speak to a print/prepress designer, they know the standards and it's anything that is the most compatible with the postscript technology and that will render the best print ...


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It's quite rare designers get royalties on the layout of a book. And rarer an author would accept to give your any royalties for this. And by unlimited publishing, do you mean the client is asking for the "right" to sell 5 or 50,000 copies? Or do you mean using the cover as a template to resell? Because if it's a template to resell, then you can sell him ...



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