The header images on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are all different. And each one treats the images differently as it re-arranges the elements for display on different size screens. This presents a problem when using a graphic which is essentially the company logo as the header image. For this company, I created different shape and sized graphics for each of the following: the header of the website, the header of a blog, the header for Facebook, the header for Twitter and also a business card and letterhead. For Twitter and Facebook, I had to consider how the combination of header and profile pictures would be displayed on a computer and also a smartphone. I had to ensure that the profile picture would not block any of the words of the logo nor the apple graphic when viewed either on a computer or a small phone screen.