Reduce it to 50x50 then open it in your editor and touch it up to your standards.
I have a business logo I want to use on a web site I'm developing (with Web Page Maker 2.0). The logo is a red circle with a thin black outline. Inside that red circle is a smaller black circle (with no outline). On top of the black circle are three large initials of my company's name and below those are three short words in text. I made the drawing in CorelDraw.
Why when I export the logo as a .gif or .jpg I can never reduce its size enough to make it usable in on a web page. Anything below, say, 350 x 350 pixels makes the logo start to loose its sharpness and it begins breaking up. I'd like to make it small enough to use at about 50 x 50 pixels.
Yet I see that some people can make gif-formatted, web site buttons and similar images so small while they still retain sharp lines and letters in their images? What do I need to do to make my CorelDraw drawing retain its sharpness and yet still be reducible to something as small as 50 x 50 pixels?
Thanks for any help.