What is Vector graphics?
Vector graphics are digital images created using mathematical equations, rather than pixels. This means that they can be scaled up or down without losing any quality, making them ideal for logos, icons and illustrations.
In contrast to raster graphics (such as JPEGs), which are made up of a fixed number of pixels, vector graphics use paths to create shapes and lines. These paths can be manipulated using various tools and software programs, allowing designers to easily edit their work.
One of the main advantages of vector graphics is that they have a smaller file size compared to raster graphics. This makes them faster to load on websites and easier to share between devices.