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Vector Designer QR Codes with SVG logo

Vector Designer QR Codes with SVG logo

Many QR Code Generators allow to change the colors or embed a logo in a Designer QR Code. However, only a few services support to upload your logo as vector graphic in addition to the standard rasterized formats like PNG or JPG.

What is a vector format?

When you design a logo for example in Adobe Illustrator, you can save the logo in a vector format like SVG, EPS or PDF. Instead of the logo being saved pixel by pixel (which is also called rasterized), the information in the vectorized image just contains functions like curves, lines, circles, bar or polygons, which makes the file size very small.

Why should I use a logo in vector format?

If you zoom in a QR code with a logo that was saved as a PNG or JPG file, the code and the logo will become blurry, pixelated and, in the worst case, unreadable. With our QR code generator, you can upload your logo in SVG vector format and the QR code will remain crisp no matter what size you display or print it.

Example download of a fully vectorized Designer QR Code

We are the only service in the market that allows you to download your Designer QR Codes not only in SVG but also in pure PDF vector format. Download the example Designer QR Code below in various formats. No matter how much you zoom in, the QR Code will always stay crisp.

Most vector design programs give you the possibility to save your designs as SVG. This will allow you to scale them as big as you need without quality loss. The following tutorials will guide you on creating an SVG file with Figma, Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape (Open source) or Pixelmator (Mac)

Raster VS Vector QR Code
Raster VS Vector QR Code

If you ask your design team for the vector version of your logo, they will surely provide it.

2. Go to the Designer QR Code Editor

You are now ready to create a Designer QR Code with your vectorized logo. Go to the Designer QR Code Editor and choose a QR Code type.

Designer QR Code Editor
Designer QR Code Editor

The Epic Designer QR Code guide will give you more details about all design possibilities for your QR Code.

3. Upload the SVG file

Go to the Logo section of the Designer QR Code, click on the Upload button and select the SVG file that you created on the step 1.

You can adjust the size of your logo and remove the background behind the logo to finetune your designs.

Logo upload and logo embedding
Logo upload and logo embedding

4. Download your QR Code in PDF or SVG vector format

Now click on the Download button. Various formats will show up. Click on one of the icons to download your QR Code in PDF or SVG vector format. Vector formats will allow you to print your designs without quality or scannability loss in every size.

Download Designer QR Code with png, eps, pdf and svg button
Download Designer QR Code in various vector formats

Designer Limitations

Output

Depending on the selected file format and features used in a Designer QR Code the following matrix explains if the output is pure vector or combined vector with raster graphics.

SVGPDFEPS (deprecated)
With SVG LogoPure vectorPure vectorPure vector
With GradientPure vectorPure vectorMixed vector / raster

Editor / Viewer

Depending on the selected format and features used in a Designer QR Code the following matrix explains which viewers or editors can be used to view and edit the QR Codes.

SVGPDFEPS (deprecated)
With SVG LogoBrowser onlyBrowser / IllustratorIllustrator
With GradientBrowser / IllustratorBrowser / IllustratorIllustrator

You may obtain different results depending on your design software version and capabilities.

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How to create a designer QR Code with my logo?

When you created your first QR Code, you can learn here to design the QR Code the way you like, save the design as template and re-use it for other QR Codes.

How to create a designer QR Code with my logo?

Rendering QR Codes in PDF versus EPS format

EPS QR Codes need longer to render; they are bigger in file size and they do not support gradients in true vector format. Please use the PDF or SVG format instead.

Rendering QR Codes in PDF versus EPS format

CMYK QR Code

If you want to print a QR Code with offset printing or embed your QR Code in an image using the CMYK color model you need the QR Code in CMYK colors.

CMYK QR Code