How to vectorize an image

Before vectorizing it is necessary to know the differences between bitmap and vector images. Bitmaps also called raster, depend on the resolution because they contain millions of colors pixels (dots) that build up the visual of an image. Bitmaps have limited quality expansion, meaning that once resized they always drop the quality. In simple words, when reducing the size of JPEGS some color pixels get lost. When increasing the size, the images become jagged and pixelated. Most common file formats for bitmaps that we use in graphic design are JPGS and PNGS. More information you can find in our [...]


The global outbreak of coronavirus is upsetting. We leapt into 2020 as if it was another year of fails and successes. However, no one imagined that we would become prisoners of our own time. In most of the counties, we have been living a new life with restrictions as described in Geroge Orevel's 1984 novel. And the situation still remains uncertain though some countries are slowly easing the restrictions. Though many publications have been done about virus prevention and risk mitigation, our team thought that it would be nice to remind the public once more of basic actions that [...]

Efficient Social Media Vector Toolkit

In a super dynamic society where fast development is prerogative, we constantly seek new ways to minimize workload and boost our efficiency speed. For those who are in the digital and social marketing fields using vector graphics becomes a huge privilege. Why? Because often vector apps are more convenient for creating visual contents for social media platforms, posters, and other graphic design purposes. In this blog, we will provide you with а super helpful social media vector toolkit in different file formats for Facebook and Twitter. This kit will ease your work, save your time [...]

Professional Image to Vector Conversion Service

What is iVetorize is an online image to vector conversion service that provides a pool of professional vector graphic designers for converting your pictures into high quality vector artworks.   How Does It Work? In order to be able to improve the quality of your raster image, you should first submit your photo through our Request a Quote form. Upon receiving your submission, our team will contact you promptly with the price estimate and also time necessary to complete your job. Once paid, one of our vector artists will take on your job and start manually tracing the [...]