Nairobi, Kenya (PressExposure) July 10, 2014 -- Make no mistake about it, a shoddy looking logo will hurt business. Very often, a company logo is the first impression a consumer receives about a Brand. Will it be quickly forgotten, or will the logo leave a lasting impression? In order to turn out a top quality reproduction of a logo, it takes top quality digitizing. ExpressDigitising has made a lasting impression on the design industry, and this is what has propelled them to the top.
It takes a combination of high-tech equipment and highly talented artisans to turn-out crisp looking logo reproductions. The embroidery industry has been coming to Express Digitising Service for many years. Both Domestic and International firms have discovered that Express provides the best digitizing service available on the planet, and the reams of Customer Testimonials bears this out. Take a look at what Donna Fox, of North Carolina in the USA, had to say: "YOU ARE FABULOUS!!!! I just stitched out my design and you are the best! That hound looks like he is alive. What an artist! I am SO happy to find you."
It doesn't matter where the logo is placed, be it a Banner, a Jacket, Vinyl Graphics, Silk Screening, print media or online, the quality of the digitizing determines the final outcome. Vectorizing has become more popular than the use of pixilated images, as they are not dependant on resolution. Graphic designers can be more flexible with vectors, thus making the logo stronger and more impactful. A vector image is one that can be resized and adjusted in the process of designing without having to sacrifice its image quality.
Outsourcing digitized embroidery designs means savings of up to 45%. Why pay for a full-time digitizer when ExpressDigitising can be counted-on for reliability and the highest quality digitizing? Unlike similar services which base their rates on 1,000 stitches, they charge simple, flat rates for their embroidery digitizing service that are based on whether one needs a left chest or hat logo, a full back logo or a portrait. So, regardless of whether the design requires 5,000 stitches or 20,000 stitches, their prices remain the same -- guaranteed, according to a company spokesperson.
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