Yes - that’s correct. A SVG is better for the web.
But logos don’t/shouldn’t start life as a SVG.
The industry standard is Adobe Illustrator. Yes, you can use other software. But most logos are supplied as Illustrator files in .ai format.
If you are sending EPS/SVG or other formats, those files are being opened in programs that may not have created them - and as such read the structure of the file incorrectly (or for a better way of understanding it - it’s a language and the syntax may not be the same) - which means there could be underlying issues which aren’t prevalent at the moment.
Then you don’t understand brand/logos or importance of corporate image.
Promotional Material to drum up business
If your target is take-aways and landrettes you’ve cornered about .0001% of the market.
It’s just as important as it was 10 years ago, 20 years ago, 30 years ago, 100 years ago, 200 years ago.
You probably use them every day!
Stella Artois and Bass (beers)
Johnson & Johnson
To name a select few.
Don’t come onto a graphic design forum - when you don’t know (and clearly don’t know) anything about the industry.
You don’t even know the correct file format for a logo - which is frigging logo 101.
You’re just a wannabe hack and have no business even trading - you have absolutely no idea what you’re doing. A scurge on the profession.
And you come here and tell us ‘it’s not important these days’???
Who do you think you are???
No - it’s up to you supply the files correctly to the printers - the printers print what you give them.
There’s a saying in print and it’s acronym is SISO - which means Shite In Shite Out.
You certainly come across as one, with ill-conceived ideas of importance and how to create graphics by stealing from stock images and producing these files in SVG because a Web Developer suggested it’s better for web.
You really do come across as an ass - a clueless one.
And then you come in here and tell us only take-aways and laundrettes - I can’t even go on - this has to be a joke…
You can’t afford to get a graphic designer to produce graphics for you - which you’re selling to someone else???
You get the price from the graphic designer - you take that price and add a markup - which say give yourself 20%.
You tell your client it’s $480 - you pay the designer - you take $80.
It’s as simple as that.
If you build up a report with the designer - you might even get their trade rate.
Which means you can still charge $480 for the logos
But you can now start taking a larger slice of the pice and perhaps get $150 for yourself
Pay the trade rate to the designer for $330
Now you’re making money.
What you’re doing seems to be ass about face.
You’re letting the client dictate the price.
Do you go to your take-away and say I don’t think that burger is worth $8 - I’m only paying $2.
They’d ■■■■ you out the door.
Do you go to the laundrette an pick up the clothes and go to pay the bill - that was 10 shirts - $10 each - $100 but a discount because you brought in 10 - so it’s now $90.
Ah - no!!! I will pay you $10 that’s all it’s worth.
You would not get your shirts back - guaranteed!!!
Bad designer - bad businessperson - bad ethics - bad software - bad attitude.
I think I covered most of it.
I’m done here.