Colour Logo Fonts

Corporate/ Company Logo Digitization

Now you can digitize your company logo into coloured font logo, and use it on all kinds of software applications.

The main problems with using a graphic file for logo are slow speed due to large file size and the poor quality when scaling.

Reasons for Using Digitized Logo Font:

 
1. Simple and Easy

Simply choose your logo font and colour for the company logo. The logo can be created instantly at the press of a few keys.

2. High-quality

Logo fonts are fully scalable to all point sizes without loss of definition for display and high-resolution printing.

3. Small Size

The size of logo font is very small compared to graphic files. Small file size facilitates efficient electronic delivery and printing, and also helps to ease the network traffic.

4. Convenient and Cost-saving

Logo fonts can be embedded into the macros of the applications and added to any document such as a letterhead and invoice, to replace the expensive letters and stationery with pre-printed letterheads.

 

Please don't hesitate to call us for further information and quotation.






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