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We need a bit more detail on how you're exporting your logo. What are the dimensions, what size do you want it to be displayed as, etc. Rule of thumb is to export your image at different sizes pending on what you want to use them as. While png's are lossless, they still pixelate at various sizes, so best practice is to export individual files for each use ...


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This is likely due to a size issue. While it's true your creations in Illustrator are vector images and do not pixelate, exporting other file types most certainly can. Check your document size and create a large version. You can then scale it down as needed when you export your file or redefine the size when in use. You should export your logo as a PNG file ...


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Check the size,if it is in Points instead of inches then this could explain the pixelation. Try switching to inches and set it to at least 8.5 by 11. A PNG file preserves transparency,like if you didn't want the white background to appear behind it. A JPEG becomes pixelated when zoomed in,but if it has a high enough resolution then would be perfect for this ...



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