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Your files look alright here, besides the bleed missing ;) Maybe it's a hardware performance related issue. I couldn't reproduce the issue with or without the different rendering in the Acrobat preferences (smooth and all) but I suspect Acrobat is "working" on that rendering; try without the smooth line and all the rendering effect in Acrobat preferences ...


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1) If you have contact to the designer you should idealy ask for a vector based logo. 2) Do not use jpg for a logo or any graphic that has large uniform areas of color. Use png at this case. 3) This image is not really pixelated. It has a strong jpg compression. See point 2. 4) It has some thin lines that should be adjusted. That needs to be done in ...


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there is many factors that cause image to pixelat: Saved with the wrong format. In PS use "save for web and devices" -> and select png-24 (high quality) image resolution; make sure it is 72 ppi (300 ppi for print) image dimensions in the website are bigger than the original image dimensions. Most designers send vector based (Ai) logos as .pdf; vectors ...


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Your logo looks fine--well, as fine as it can be rendered at that size. The problem is the logo itself. It's using some very fine lines that simply will not render that clear at that size on a screen. Ideally, the designers of branding elements would have created a version specifically for screen use at this size. I'm guess they didn't in that case, so you ...


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Looking at your image it looks as though your image has been saved with a high compression. In Photoshop save your image for web using cmd+option+shift+S. Since your sample image was a JPG I'm assuming you would like to use a JPG for your website. Slide the quality slider as as low as possible without having any noticeable grainy-ness. Hit save and see ...



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