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At Davis Materialworks, we take great pride in our broad range of graphic design services, emphasising our meticulous and time-honed logo tracing capabilities. Over nearly two decades, we have provided this unique service to diverse clients, hailing from various industries and spanning different countries - far beyond our home, Singapore.


Logo tracing is an often-underestimated but crucial aspect of a company's branding strategy. The importance of having a digital logo file must be balanced. It is not just a symbol or a mark; it is the face of your company. The logo encapsulates the essence of your brand identity and signifies your unique value proposition. It is used in various mediums, from business cards and marketing collateral to your digital presence, and hence needs to be of the highest quality.


However, companies often need digital logo files for many reasons, including technological mishaps, lost files during company transitions, or simply because they were initially created without a digital format. This is where the significance of logo tracing steps in, providing you with a perfect, scalable digital version of your logo that can be used flexibly across various platforms without losing quality.


With Davis Materialworks, you don't just get a service; you get a partner. We understand the importance of your logo to your brand and treat it with the respect it deserves. Our experts use state-of-the-art technology to meticulously trace and recreate your logo, ensuring precision and maintaining the integrity of the original design. We provide you with a high-quality digital file that can be scaled to any size without compromising the clarity and crispness of the design.


Choosing Davis Materialworks for your logo tracing needs means choosing years of industry expertise, a deep understanding of varied client needs, and an unwavering commitment to excellence. Our reputation precedes us, and we believe every company deserves a logo that reflects its identity. Partner with us, and let's bring your brand to life in the digital world.



Terms & Conditions:

  • Prices quoted are NETT, prices with No additional GST.
  • Service includes tracing service from the client image or sketch and not proposing logo designs from scratch.
  • Service includes colour scheme RGB & CMYK. (Exclude Pantone Solid Coated/Uncoated, Hex colour, and Alternative colours are subject to charges.)
  • Service includes files like Jpeg, Png and high-resolution PDF. (Exclude SVG format)
  • Font determination, style sheet, and branding guide are not included in Logo Tracing Services. If you need these services, please let us know in advance.

Sure, here are some success stories illustrating the logo tracing services provided by Davis Materialworks.


Traditional Engineering Company:

A well-established engineering company with a rich legacy of over 40 years approached us. They had a distinctive, hand-drawn logo, which, while significant, lacked a digital version. The company found it challenging to incorporate its logo into its digital marketing campaigns, often resulting in poor image quality and a lack of uniformity.


Upon engaging with Davis Materialworks, our graphic design experts meticulously traced their logo, preserving its original essence while converting it into a high-quality digital file. As a result, the company was able to incorporate its digitally restored logo seamlessly into its online campaigns and presentations, enhancing its brand's professional image. The client reported a significant improvement in brand consistency across all platforms.


Invisible Grille and Gate Brand:

One of the leading brands in the invisible grille and gate industry found itself in a predicament when its printer held onto its digital logo file, leaving them needing a feasible means to utilise it. Their only existing logo versions were low-resolution scans from physical business cards. Consequently, when these versions were used for larger formats, the results were pixelated images with distorted visuals unsuitable for their branding needs.


In their quest for a solution, they approached Davis Materialworks. Initially, their intention was merely to trace the original logo. Still, as we delved into their project, they decided to entrust us with a more comprehensive task – recreating their logo, essentially engaging in a rebranding exercise.


We meticulously crafted a new logo, ensuring that all the intricate details and aesthetic elements that made their original logo unique were maintained. The final digital file we delivered could be resized to any dimension without sacrificing image quality, ensuring a consistently sharp and professional brand image across all their branding materials.


The successful transformation of their logo not only reinstated their brand's visual identity but also increased customer confidence, positively impacting their sales. This project exemplifies how Davis Materialworks can turn a challenging situation into an opportunity for brand enhancement and growth.


Property Management Company:

A local property management company needed to update their logo due to a brand overhaul. Their original logo needed to be updated, and they had misplaced the digital file over the years.


They approached Davis Materialworks for our logo tracing service. Our team reproduced their logo and incorporated the updates, blending old charm and modern appeal. The newly traced logo helped them maintain brand continuity while breathing new life into their corporate identity. With their revitalised logo, the company has effectively communicated their brand evolution to their clients and stakeholders, improving client relations and increasing brand recognition.

At Davis Materialworks, we genuinely believe that your logo is more than just a symbol. It is the face of your brand, a visual representation of your corporate values and identity. These success stories showcase our commitment to bringing your brand's essence to life, ensuring consistency, quality, and professionalism across all digital platforms.


We understand the challenges of losing or needing a high-quality digital logo file, and we're here to solve that for you. We don't just recreate logos; we breathe life into them. We understand that every pixel counts, and with our meticulous approach and cutting-edge technology, we ensure that your brand is depicted as vividly in the digital world as in your vision.


When you choose Davis Materialworks, you're choosing more than just a service. You're choosing a partner who shares your passion for your brand, a partner with 18+ years of experience and a dedication to excellence. Let's collaborate and create something exceptional - because your brand deserves nothing less.

Frequently Asked Questions

TIFF, or Tagged Image File Format, is a file for storing raster graphics images. Many imaging and graphics applications widely support it, and it is commonly used for storing high-quality images.

One of the main benefits of TIFF files is that they can retain a high level of detail and do not lose quality over time or after multiple saves, as they support lossless compression. This makes them ideal for storing images that need editing and re-saving multiple times, such as professional photographs or detailed artwork.

However, because TIFF files prioritise quality over file size, they can take up a significant amount of storage space, making them less suitable for uses where file size is a concern, such as web use. Some basic image-viewing software may also not support them, making sharing and viewing these files more challenging for those without the appropriate software.

Absolutely! With modern graphic tools and professional design skills, we can reproduce your logo from an old business card. It's important to note, however, that the final quality heavily depends on the quality and complexity of the original image. We'll strive to recreate it as accurately as possible, and if required, we can also work together to refine or update the design according to your current business needs.

Once the logo has been recreated, it is recommended that you request it in several different file formats to suit various purposes. The most important formats are:

Vector formats such as AI, EPS or SVG. These files are scalable without any loss of quality, making them ideal for large-format printing and instances where high resolution is crucial.

High-resolution raster files like PNG or JPEG. These files are perfect for digital use on websites or social media. PNG files have the added benefit of a transparent background, making them versatile for use on different backgrounds.

A PDF version. PDFs are universally viewable and useful for sharing your logo in various professional contexts. Usually, we will provide an editable PDF file.

Remember, having various file types ensures your logo is ready for use. Also not to forget that we will also be providing the logo in two colour modes RGB for Screen & CMYK for Print. Pantone Colour depends on the requirement.

A vector is a type of graphic that uses mathematical formulas to render its design. Unlike raster graphics, which are made up of pixels, vectors comprise paths or lines that can be easily scaled. This means that no matter how much you enlarge or reduce a vector graphic, and it will maintain its quality and not become pixelated.

Printers often ask for vector logos precisely due to this scalability. Printers may need to adjust the size of your logo to fit different materials or layouts, and a vector file ensures the logo will remain crisp and clear at any size.

Common vector formats include .EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) and .SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), so if your printer asks for a vector logo, they typically refer to these file types.

SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. It is a vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. The SVG specification is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999.

SVG images and their behaviours are defined in XML text files, which means they can be searched, indexed, scripted, and compressed. Moreover, SVG images can be created and edited with any text editor and drawing software.

The main advantage of SVG files over other formats (like JPEG or PNG) is scalability. As vector graphics, SVG files maintain quality and detail at any scale, making them perfect for responsive web design and use in mobile applications. They can be scaled up or down as needed while remaining crisp and clear, making them particularly useful for logos, icons, and other graphics that need to look good at various sizes and resolutions.

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