Support for SVG images on the web has been sketchy, until now.

With all browsers now supporting svg, you can now have perfect vector images with no pixelation.

What does this mean for you? Well almost any vector based image on your marketing materials, like your website, could be converted to SVG to reduce pixelation and support at any size.

For a start, your logo, any icons, any shapes or web elements that are PNG, JPG or GIF could be converted.

But what would that look like? Well, here’s an example, your twitter icon, this is the same image as an SVG and PNG, when doubled or halved in size:

If you want to create SVGs yourself, and don’t want to shell out for Adobe Illustrator, I recommend the amazing Gravit design tool, free from app stores.

Or give me a shout and I’ll help you out!