It’s always important to present your business in the best way possible, and that certainly applies to how you display your logo. If you are working with logos for the first time, you may not have a strong familiarity with different types of file extensions and how they are used. If you are going to be using your logo in many different places, it will be helpful to understand some of these extensions.
The JPG extension (for example: image.jpg) is one of the most popular formats for storing and transferring images. Depending on your needs, you will probably want your logo saved as a JPG on some occasions. We’ll help you understand the origin of the JPG, and when you do or don’t want to use it.