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I'm creating an icon but if I use it in small resolution screen it's shown with glitches like follow:This is original image-Glitch Free

This is Glitched

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    Welcome on GD.SO, PatidarNikunj. When an image is composed by elements with great contrast of color (like in your example), the resampling process introduces a lot of artefacts. Have you ever considered to use a vector program like Inkscape or Adobe illustrator? A vector based image maintains a good look even if scaled. – Paolo Gibellini Mar 2 '16 at 13:28
  • No not yet Just using Adobe Photoshop to do so. So if I'm gonna use Adobe Illustrator can I get better glitch free image? – PatidarNikunj Mar 2 '16 at 13:31
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    For sure. If you have got a valid license of Adobe Illustrator, I suggest you to use it for similar works (if your license is not valid, use an open source alternative). Read also here, here, and also here. Please, update us on your efforts. – Paolo Gibellini Mar 2 '16 at 13:46
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Try to convert you icon to smart object first and then scale it.

enter image description here

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