Images are all around us, be it on books, websites, billboards etc. In order to serve their purpose, which is to convey a message, these images have to be clear and of high quality. For this reason the use of vector images is widespread. Due to several favourable qualities, working with vector images is easier as compared to other options, such as bitmap, jpeg etc. Scalable and flexible vector images are used in various industries, including the ones mentioned below.

  • Graphic Designing
    Graphic designers create different types of designs for various purposes, including logo, brochure designs, pamphlets, posters etc. Using vector images gives them the liberty to come up with designs which look complex but are quite easy to make. There are plenty of programs available using which graphic designers can create vector images. Presence of so many user friendly tools further makes it easier to express their ideas and creativity.
  • Logo designing
    Understanding a brand is crucial, in order to create a website which will complement its motive and attract its target audience. Besides this, the success of a website depends a lot on its design and designing interesting and attractive websites is possible through vector images. The ability to create realistic and detailed vector images gives web designers the freedom to design websites for varied clients and brands, each customised to their unique needs and preferences.
  • Printing
    Quality of the design has a direct impact on how it will look after printing. Therefore designers rely on vector images to ensure sharp and attractive prints. This is because printing vector images is easier and no matter how big or small the design is, you can always get a clear print, without any pixels. This makes vector images ideal for printing something as small as visiting cards to big banners and posters.
  • Animation
    Animators who want to create impressive animations need to ensure that the graphic they use is clear and of high quality. Vector images suffice this need perfectly, as these are both complex and detailed. Characters can be designed in vector and then rescaled as per the need of the animation, without losing their clarity or quality. This is not possible in other types of images, which can lead to unclear animations.
  • Sign Designing
    Different places need different signs and they come in all shapes and sizes so what is the best image to design for that than a vector image as that can be resized anytime as and when need.
  • Embroidery Digitizing
    Embroidery digitizing is a computer operated process where customed designs of different shapes and sizes are stitched quickly on different kind of clothes. Most preferred input for this type of work is a vector image using which different sizes of same designs are made into patches.

It is clear from the above mentioned points that vector images deliver much better results, irrespective of where or how you wish to use these images. That is why vector images have replaced other image formats and their use can be seen in plenty of industries.

Even for making presentations and demonstrations, where detailed images are required, people prefer to use vector images. This is because vector images are more detailed and do not lose their clarity when their size is reduced or increased. In this way they save a lot of your time and efforts, which are otherwise, spent on redrawing bitmap images when you need to increase or decrease their size.

Apart from these, technical manuals are another domain where extensive use of vector images can be seen. Detailed drawings can be created easily with the help of vector images, making the drawings easier to explain and understand.