Hi-res – 1600×1200, 30KBytes
Lo-res – 750×90, 8KBytes
The .eps File
Here is the .eps file, CAzB_logo_Final.eps, useful for printing. This is a vector-type file; and can be scaled up to any resolution without looking pixellated. Upon opening the .eps file in Adobe Illustrator, it seems as though the main color is “Pantone 542 CVU” (CVU apparently means Computer, Video, Uncoated), though it appears as though the color looks “too blue” (e.g. RGB = 4, 140, 199 versus the above ones we use on the web that render as 93, 140, 186 and “look right”… in hex this is 5D8CBA, by the way).
I opened the .eps and the .jpg we use on the web in: AI, Photoshop CS4, Photoshop 2.0, Paint, and got all sorts of results; even the black varied. I just opened the .eps in Fireworks/CS2 and the blue renders as #5990BA; and looks just a little too blue, i.e. slightly less red, slightly more green, but same amount of blue.
Here is a .doc letterhead. It uses a version of the website header graphic in the header, and just some simple text in the footer. The text color is set to 70% grey, while the header is in color. This comes out best if printed in color — but also looks pretty good when printed on a b/w laser printer.
Used on our website…
CazbikeHeader.gif : 17Kbytes. 780×190 .gif file; used on the “static” site, prior to 2015
CazbikeHeaderForStructure.gif: Used on wordpress site (2015 onward): 960×140 .gif
CazbikeHeaderHi.gif : 125Kbytes. upsampled CazbikeHeader.gif file
CazbikeHeader.png : This is the SOURCE file in Adobe/Macromedia Fireworks png format; it is currently on a 960×140 canvas but can be resized using Fireworks (it was created in the version from CS2). It currently has a nearly white background (#f9f9f9 or something) to match the “structure” theme in wordpress.
In order to get images/logo to display on paypal’s payment/checkout pages for example when you renew your dues, you need to load them onto an ssl server, e.g. sslpic.com offers this as a free service for small images, here is our image used for paypal checkout pages hosted on https: static.e-junkie.com.