The designer will take jpg files but prefers a high-resolution tif.

The web developer will take a tif file but really prefers a jpg at actual size and 72 ppi. Now she needs a transparent png file for the logos and an animated gif for the landing page! 

The printer wants a press-ready pdf file. The boss asks you to distribute the status reports to everyone on the network. Should use a pdf for that too?


It's miserable to keep the different file types all sorted when you don't know why it matters.

Pennie Works Studio to the rescue.


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