Quickly Batch Export & Package Logo Files for Clients in Adobe Illustrator

Derrick & Jennah Mitchell, Digital Nomads & Online Teachers

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4 Videos (42m)
    • 1 Introduction

    • 2 Overview of My Logo Workflow

    • 3 Moving Final Artwork to a New File

    • 4 Exporting Files and Delivering to a Client


About This Class

In this lesson, I will walk you through exactly how I package up a logo when I'm finished with the project so that the client has everything they need to put their brand new logo to use. These techniques can be used with any type of artwork you want to create and export from Adobe Illustrator, but for today's purposes we are focusing on logos. Let's dive in!


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I just finished up a client logo and knew there had to be a better way to export everything. This was PERFECT! Quick and to the point but I learned a lot of new little tips to help my workflow. Thank you!
Just won my 1st logo contest ever, and this is exactly what I was looking for in order to deliver the files to my client. Thank you!
Alek Stanojevic

Every day is a new chance to learn a new skill!

Wonderful class to help you figure out what files to send to the client.





Derrick & Jennah Mitchell

Digital Nomads & Online Teachers

Jennah has worked as a writer and project manager for close to a decade. In 2010 she first dabbled in telecommuting by starting a freelance company on the popular job board website Elance.com. Her business quickly grew, and in a little over a year she was employing over 5 other freelancers to help complete all of the projects in queue. Her time spent working as a telecommuter via Elance netted close to $100,000 - all while only working a few hours per day from home.

Derrick has spent h...

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