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what software do you use for logo design ?

Discussion in 'Graphics & Multimedia' started by M3GATRON, Jun 14, 2014.

  1. NotAnExpert

    NotAnExpert Greenhorn

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    #61
    Highly depends on what you are trying to achieve. If you want to create the logo as it has to be (vector), you should go with Illustrator. But on the other hand, if it is for a small web project that is not so important, and you don't expect it to become really famous (thus you won't need to advertise in high resolution or to give it journalists), and you are good with Photoshop, go with it.
    SEMrush
     
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    hostechsupport Well-Known Member

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    #62
    1. Photoshop
    2. Coral draw
    3. Illustrator
     
    hostechsupport, Jan 31, 2018 IP
  3. dam pointing

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    I use Adobe illustrator for design my Logo's.
     
    dam pointing, May 2, 2018 IP
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    #64
    I'd go for Illustrator or Gimp. These two are really popular
     
    MyLead-Global, Oct 3, 2018 IP
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    #65
    Most of the time i used Photoshop.
     
    shadow20002, Oct 13, 2018 IP
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    #66
    With newer versions, both Illustrator and CorelDraw support automatic vector-tracing of an image which helps me make a logo much faster than if I did have to draw vectors manually. I am not sure if the free vector graphics software support tracing.
     
    BaneSrbija, Oct 29, 2018 IP
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    #67
    Best logos are made using vector graphics so that when they are re-scaled the visual quality remains high.
    Because of this, Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw are the two of my best choices, though in many cases I do import the vector logo (from a .EPS file) into Photoshop and add layer styles if needed (drop shadow, bewel, transparency). Photoshop treats the imported layer as a smart object so it remains crisp and looks nice no matter how much I scale it.
     
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  8. Josef Montane

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    #68
    Adobe Illustrator is typically used for creating logos, although it might be a little tough to learn if you have no experience with it
     
    Josef Montane, Nov 15, 2018 IP
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    I'm Using Corel Draw for best vector images
     
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    I would say Illustrator is my first choice. It IS possible in PS but I'm already so used to the Illustrator tools...
     
    Josef Montane, Jan 23, 2019 IP