Which file do I use?
Use .JPG for newsletters, flyers, Microsoft Word documents, brochures, cards, labels, decals, small signs.
Use .PNG for websites and PowerPoint presentation. A .PNG is an image that has no image loss when originally saved and can have a transparent background. This makes it ideal for the web.
Use .EPS for banners, flags, large posters, coffee mugs, T-shirts, large signage, tradeshow displays and exhibits, vehicle graphics, water bottles, frisbees, bags. The .EPS format is primarily for large-scale printing and print houses. Most print designers and printing companies are familiar with the .EPS extension. This is also called a vector graphic.
Need a vector graphic?
Download the .EPS version of the image.