One of the things Procreate doesn’t do is allow you to create vectors of your lettering. Instead, what Procreate produces are raster images – images made up from a grid of pixels. Most of the images you see on the web fall into this category – common file types for raster images are JPEG, GIF and PNG. The limitation of working with raster images is that because they are composed of a fixed number of pixels they can only be enlarged to a certain extent before becoming grainy or pixelated.
Vector images, however, are made up of points and paths, with common file types being EPS and AI. Anything that is likely to need resizing, such as a logo, should be created as a vector.
This mini-course covers the steps necessary to move into Illustrator and create vectors as well as help you understand when this type of process is necessary.