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I am currently finishing logo in Photoshop. Logo will be used in Instagram header(or whatever it's called) and also will be printed on all kinds of different stuff of various sizes.

I need an advise on what would be a reasonable resolution/file size to save logo when passing it to customer?

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    finishing logo, in photoshop, asking for reasonable resolution. This will be a smarkastig remark but read a book first. None of this things should happen when crating logo. – SZCZERZO KŁY Apr 11 '18 at 8:38
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    also answered here graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/55102/… – Luciano Apr 11 '18 at 9:13
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    Logos should not be created in Photoshop. – Scott Apr 11 '18 at 9:27
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    I wouldn't recommend Photoshop for the creation of logos. It's the wrong kind of software. Better to use a vector image editor if you want to print at various sizes. – Billy Kerr Apr 11 '18 at 13:35
  • @SZCZERZOKŁY I have to disagree: finishing a logo is something that should absolutely happen. – Janus Bahs Jacquet Apr 11 '18 at 23:05
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If the logo lends itself to vector format, and (arguably) it should, then you'd be better off designing it in a vector editing program (like Illustrator) and not having to worry about the resolution at all.

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You are doing it wrong. You should not use PhotoIShouldNotUseItForLogosShop

Your logo is now limited to the fixed size you made it.

resolution/file size to save logo

This also has no sense. Resolution is not a parameter to take into account. Resolution is just a metadata on a file.

File size has no sense either. A parameter is never "a 1 Mbyte file".

will be used in an Instagram header

Here is the only place there is a specific image size. A simple google search: "Instagram Logo Size" says 110x110px.

https://www.google.com.mx/search?q=instagram+logo+size

also will be printed on all kinds of different stuff of various sizes

You need to remake the logo on a vector based program. Corel Draw, Illustrator, Affinity designer or Inkscape.

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