Super Tiny Website Logos in SVG
You may not realise it, but #bandwidth is expensive. It costs you time, money, and battery power whenever you download a file larger than it needs to be.
That’s why I’ve become a little bit obsessed with #SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics. They’re the closest thing to magic that the web has when it comes to image compression. Let me show you what I mean.
Here’s the same logo rendered as an SVG. Because it is a vector graphic it can be magnified infinitely without any loss of fidelity.
The uncompressed SVG is a mere 397 Bytes. Not a #typo. You could fit over 3,000 of these images on a floppy disk.
That’s why I have released SuperTinyIcons on GitHub. Eighty of the web’s most popular logos - each image is under 1KB.