Can you not just save the file in, say, JPEG or PNG format (the latter if he needs transparency) for him to use directly on his site?
Out of curiosity, why did you make a smart object out of a vector drawing? Are you saying you have a number of vector components that you're combining in the design?
How many pixels do you have in the Photoshop document when it's rasterized? What happens when you increase the pixel count?
Noel pointed to some issues already, but your workflow seems mysterious to me.
Could you please post a screenshot of the logo with the Layers Panel visible?
Hello Noel and c,
I created the logo in photoshop
( to make vector in photoshop, I need the scalability, I made the logo a smart object)
I then saved a copy as a jpg(for web) and a tif for print. I am creating a flyer in Illustrator, so I have to bring the logo into illustrator, when I do it looks like an aliasing problem. I had that aliasing problem in photoshop, but I still had text.... so I could antialias the text. In Illustrator the logo is just a tif, or jpg(I have tried both) It is not a text, but an image and it looks antialiased. In some programs the logo looks good, in some programs the logo looks bad. The only layer I have in the good photoshop file that I saved as a jpg, and as a tif is one layer that has text and the logo on it- this is a smart object. I have additional work files that have multiple layers, but I do not want multiple layers on my final print, web file. When I open up my laptop, I will save a screenshot.
Thanks so much
I need the scalability, I made the logo a smart object
A Smart Object created in Photoshop (opposed to a placed ai, pdf, eps with vector-content) still has the resolution and dimensions at which it was created, so upscaling is less than advisable – but if the layers in the SO are type or have Vector Masks opening and increasing the SO’s resolution might help with those.