Custom graphics - Transparency

Should you chose a signature with a completely transparent background? Or not?

Signatures can be made with either totally transparent backgrounds or they can be saved to look good on just specific colour backgrounds. Look at the examples below to determine which sort of transparency you want.

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The two signatures above have totally transparent backgrounds. See how the edges of the letters look sharp against both the white and the purple background?

You should chose this option if you want to be able to use your signature on any background, both black and white as well as other colours. These signatures have slightly jagged edges on all backgrounds.

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The two signatures above are made for specific colour backgrounds, in this case they were made for white or very light backgrounds. Notice how the edges of the letters look nice and smooth on the white background but not so nice on the purple background?

You should chose this option if you want the more elegant smooth look of the letter edges and if you know that you'll probably be using the signature on a limited number of colours. You can chose to order this signature both for white and black and other speicific colour backgrounds you'll just have to specify when ordering. There is no extra change for this unless you want to specify more than 10 colours.

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