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Using graphics in a website or online presentation isn’t always so simple. Have you ever tried to take a regular jpeg or gif and blow it up beyond its original size? Chances are, it looked like a mess. That’s because those raster image types are built from colorized pixels that just can’t be drastically resized without wrecking their resolution.
Meanwhile, vector graphics are created using mathematical formulas, allowing them to be easily scaled from a business card-sized logo to the sign atop a corporate headquarters.
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