I am designing vector logos in Photoshop and need them to look sharp in 5 different print sizes.

What I'm currently doing, is designing the logos in the largest print size first and then:

  1. Putting all the vector layers inside a group
  2. Resizing that group within the four guides I have set (10%/90% horizontal and vertical which create a bleed area)

After that, I'm:

  1. Duplicating this group into the 4 other print size documents which I simultaneously have open, and resizing this newly duplicated group against those 10%/90% guides.

What I'm trying to achieve is Pixel Perfection.

I need my designs to retain their vector quality across the different print sizes and within the bleed area.

How I'm trying to achieve this is by scaling the vector layers to align perfectly to the guides until they become red.

I can only achieve this by zooming in 100% and manually resizing each group in each document. Which is quite tedious and long.

Just wondering if anybody has a more efficient workaround! Thanks!

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    Sounds to me like you should be using Indesign and liquid layouts + alternative layouts. — Actually now that I read the first paragraph, perhaps Illustrator and Symbols. – Joonas Feb 22 '19 at 11:53
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    Hi. Welcome to GDSE. You say "vector logos in Photoshop" - but why aren't you using Illustrator? It has a snap to pixel grid feature – Billy Kerr Feb 22 '19 at 12:10
  • Illustrator would be better, but I'm just working with what I have here. – Kri Buy Feb 22 '19 at 16:11

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