Best Practice for Best Looking Logo?

Sep 23, 2015

Greetings - I am inserting a company logo into the Player Feature setting. Easy enough. However, once inserted, the logo is slightly pixelated and edges are blurry. I inserted a 160 x 160 .png image (transparent background), which is smaller than the 200 wide by 220 high max dimensions recommended in the Storyline tutorial article. However, the article does not provide a recommended file format (or anything other than max dimensions).

Is there a specific file format (or other best practices) that eliminates pixelated or degraded images?

Thanks in advance for responses/solutions.

4 Replies
Christie Pollick

Hi, Jim - If you take a look at the 'Most Common Image Types for E-learning Section" of this article, Graphics Formats: What E-Learning Designers Need to Know, you will find that .png files are most often used for logos, etc. because they support transparency and are lossless. 

You may also find this thread on a similar topic to be of interest. 

Hope that helps and please let us know if you have further questions! :)

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