Let's take a closer look at the technical components of your iconic logos. Whether you create your own logo or pay someone to do it for you, you should have the following file types on hand. This is the only method to ensure that your logo may be used everywhere you desire. You'll require:
Both big and little.
Versions in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.
A full-color version is also available. Whether your logo is particularly vivid, check to see if it will still be legible in black and white.
An all-white variant that will stand out against dark backdrops.
An.SVG version that can be scaled up or down without losing quality (i.e., it won't seem pixelated or fuzzy when printed large).
A bonus: a version with simply a little icon or initial that you may use as your website's favicon.