We have approximately 300 SVG files which need to be cleaned up. Specifically, many of them contain references to colors that are not actually used in the file (for example in an invisible layer). Others may have a mix of shapes with transparent and white backgrounds, where the shape should actually be transparent instead of white, or vice-versa. For example, a snowman should always be white.
These image files are being used in an automated printing system which reads the colors that are being used in the image. The maximum number of colors is 3. In some of these images however, because of invisible layers or other issues, the system reads incorrect colors (colors that are not actually used in the image).
We need a graphic designer to process these files one by one and remove all the colors that are not used, as well as correct the transparency and background issues where they exist. In most cases this is very simple and obvious. Wherever it is not you will have somebody available to answer questions about how the image should be corrected.
I estimate this process will take an average of 1 minute per image.
See attachment. In this example, the background for [url removed, login to view] should be transparent, not white. The rim of [url removed, login to view] should be white, not transparent.
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