How to Resize Logo Image in Pixels Correctly

Opening Words: How to resize logo easily? We've selected out 4 logo resizing options for you: Photoshop, GIMP, FotoJet and DesignEvo. Select an optimal resizing way based on your situation, and resize a logo easily.

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Logos are timeless brand identities. Once logos are created, they are in a fixed size. Sometimes, you need your logo image in another dimension, and you'll need a logo resizer for help.

For instances, Facebook, Twitter, Ins or one other community usually requires a different-size profile logo. If you want to print logo for billboard advertising, you need to enlarge your logo in high resolution, etc.

Whatever your demand is, you'll find a viable logo resizing solution here:

In part 1, we've introduced 4 excellent logo resizers - Photoshop, GIMP, FotoJet resizers and DesignEvo free logo maker. You can follow how to enlarge/downsize a pixel logo image with each tool. In part 2, you'll find optimal resizing suggestions regarding different logo types/designs.

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Part One - Resize Logos Using Different Design Software

#1.Photoshop Resizing: How to Enlarge Logo In Photoshop?

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How to resize logo in Photoshop?

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1.Open Photoshop CC, drag and drop an image to the canvas.

2.Go [Image] > [Image Size], or use shortcut combination: [Alt] + [Ctrl] + [I]. Input a width digit and select a Resample mode.

3.Save your logo in Photoshop: Go [File] > [Quick Export as PNG], or keystroke: [Alt] +[Shift] + [Ctrl] + [W].

Honestly speaking, it's easier to resize logo in Photoshop than to design a logo in Photoshop or create a logo with Illustrator .

#2.GIMP Resizing: How to Use GIMP to Resize Logo Image with Minimal Quality Losing?

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Resize an image logo in GIMP for free.

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1.Go [Image] > [Scale Image...].

2.Input an enlarged digit in Width box to make logo larger. Input a smaller digit to downsize a logo image.

3.Go Quality and select Linear and hit [Scale]. (We find Linear is a better resizing interpolation method when testing.)

Just follow steps above to resize a logo image in GIMP. Shortly, you can enlarge your logo image, like us making superhero emblem logo bigger in the example.

#3.FotoJet Resizing: How to Resize a Logo Online via FotoJet Photo Editor?

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How to resize a pixel image with FotoJet.

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1.Visit FotoJet homepage, choose [Edit a Photo]. Upload a pixel in JPEG or PNG from computer.

2.Go [Resize] and input your wanted dimension.

3.Hit [SAVE] icon on the top, presto, your enlarged logo picture is downloaded.

Resizing logo image online with FotoJet is more convenient than scaling up a pixel image in Photoshop. Either way, you can get an enlarged pixel art in a clear look.

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#4.DesignEvo Backup Solution: How to Resize or Recreate a Quality Logo Easily?

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If previously you designed your logo in DesignEvo.com with a registered account, then it's much easier to resize your logo image than with other solutions:

You just need to find the logo project in your account. Reset canvas size, select all, and drag and drop. After that your logo image will be resized.

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If your logo is indeed small, and after trying several ways to enlarge it, you still get a logo image in low fidelity. If it's your case, you can consider re-creating a logo easily with DesignEvo.

DesignEvo logo maker with 10,000+ searchable logo templates, is perfect for you to create any types of logos without design skills.

The PLUS download package will render vector logos in SVG and PDF, as well as high-res raster images, including 5000*5000 PNG, JPG and PNG-transparent.

This way, you are free from resolution troubles, since vector logo supports scaling up and scaling down with no quality loss.

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A combination logo carries logo graphics and letters. The easiest way to enlarge it is to make it bigger in raster format.

But if the logo shapes and graphics are simple, you can also try export raster logo to a vector logo.

How to Export PNG/JGP to SVG in Photoshop - You can enlarge the whole logo image to SVG file by following: Select the texts and delete them, then re-enter the texts in Photoshop, and export it to SVG format.

Tools recommended for combination logo resizing: Photoshop, AI, FotoJet, and etc.

Export PNG/JGP to SVG in Photoshop.

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People recognize emblem logos instantly. They come with a complex design, and that makes them difficult to convert to vector image. Therefore, the best strategy to enlarge an emblem logo is to resize it and export it as a raster image.

If you want to scale up an emblem logo to a vector logo(SVG, PDF, EPS, etc.), you'll need to re-build up logo from the ground up in a vector editor, which costs substantial time.

Tools recommended for emblem logo resizing: Photoshop, AI, GIMP, FotoJet, Picasa and many more.

Your previous logo only contains letters (e.g., monogram, lettermark, etc.). In this case, we suggest you using vector design software to re-make the logo.

Like Microsoft logo, letter logos are easily re-made. Just type logo letters, select a font size, a font family, and add a background, design is finished.

Tools recommended for letter logo resizing: DesignEvo, PhotoShop, AI, and etc.

Part Three - In All

If your goal is to resize logo without losing quality, the only way is converting it to a vector image. Vector images are 100% free from all resolution issues. To know about the difference between raster image(JPG, PNG,...) and vector image(SVG, PDF,...), you can refer to "Knowledge Base: Vector Image VS Raster Image".

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