Here is some information when dealing with artwork:
What is a Pantone Colour?
A Pantone Colour is a standard colour matching system. It allows us to refer to a universal colour chart to make sure the chosen colours are the same every time.
Keep in mind that this is just a guide as each computer views colour slightly differently. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Font Names And Converting Them To Curves:
The different types of writing on your computer are called fonts. If you have writing in your artwork, please tell us the name of your font.
If you’re working with vector artwork, change the writing in your artwork from editable writing to an object, this means that the font will no longer be editable. You can do this in design programmes with the “curved fonts” function.
Notice the Difference?
As you can see the word Vector is clear and the word Raster is grainy.
The files with the green tick are the file types we can work with as they are editable and good quality, which means we can resize them to an appropriate size for your product, without them going grainy, and the one ones with the red cross are the files we can’t work with.
Taking a Raster File and saving it as a Vector doesn’t make it a vector. For example, taking a jpg and saving it as a pdf, your image will still be a raster image simply saved differently.