1. Hi,
    I think facebook compress the images no matter what the quality is or the dimensions, Do you know a proper size for facebook post images? Thanks for sharing.

  2. look at my banner its blurry right , but the background is ultra HD its 8k i dont know why its happening maybe because my pc is slow?

  3. Sorry fella, but I tried everything you said and it still turned out blurry! Any chance of a tutorial on a twitter background image

  4. I need help very badly on my Instagram account. It's really blurry. I created a new file in RGB 72 dpi 110 x 110 as suggested in the new 2017 Instagram sizes. I saved my file as a JPEG (high quality) because apparently that's the only way the image will work. I can't even see PNG's to upload to my profile, jpeg is it. So, I did all that and my image is so horrible.. I really need help. What did I do wrong? It's so bad, I'm embarrased! Here is my profile: https://www.instagram.com/theposhboxwebdesign/

  5. After struggling for months and watching loads of youtube videos, this absolutely worked! Thanks ever so much. I created an image 800px 800px, 72dpi, RGB and exported it as PNG24, colour profile sRGB. There was no loss of quality what so ever. It looks like a high-resolution image.

  6. I'm struggling with vector style images (logo) for Instagram's profile pic. Always comes out blurry. I've tried various sizes (1080×1080, 360×360, 152×152, etc) and resolutions. Instagram only allows JPG format. Any pointers?

  7. Hi Satori Graphics,

    I have the same issue when uploading logos or images which has been done in Photoshop. Unfortunately what ever you mention did not helped. 🙁

  8. I've been trying to upload a logo to my Instagram profile and no matter how I export the file it still looks with an ugly noise in the color, I think maybe it has to do with the green the logo is made of

  9. I've been trying to save out a few web banners (300×600, 300×250) that have vector logo, text and images. No matter how I save it out, my text and logo are blurry. I've started them in ai as well as tried psd, higher resolution, save to png, gif and png-24, etc. Nothing seems to work to keep the logo and text crisp. These are digital ads that are going on multiple channels – so the blurry is happening even before uploading to these channels. Any suggestions? Many Thanks!

  10. created a social media graphic in illustrator at 300dpi pasted on photoshop saved both png8 & png24, but not working image is blurry

  11. i see other poeples profile pictures in really low quality… i can see the pixels but i think it is a glitch

  12. I have few questions tho :

    When you open a photoshop and settle dimensions of the documents, do you write the dimensions you need (for FB Banner = 851×315 // FB profil pic = 180×180) and the dimensions of the actual image ???

    Because the social medias system seems fucked up to me :

    Still for FB, here are the rules :

    For you profil pic : they accept a minimum of 180×180 pixels (ratio 1:1, a square tho). but it appears on a desktop page in 820×312 pixels but in 32×32 as an avatar (so the round shape your profil pictures have).

    So it always fit well as an avatar but become very blurry whenever you click on it.

  13. My logo looks fine uploaded to all sites until I make it my profile pic. It looks fine zoomed in on sites also but when zoomed out in the profile pic when scrolling through timelines, its pixelated. My canvas was 1000×1000 ppi. Artwork was crisp as well….what's the issue

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