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What Software do you use for Logo Design?

Discussion in 'Graphics & Multimedia' started by rumonzia, Aug 27, 2014.

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    rumonzia, Aug 27, 2014 IP
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  2. rajvrmxx

    rajvrmxx Banned

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    General good designers do not use Softwares to design the logo. They use their creative mind and hands to design the logo.

    But still some greedy people or people who do not want to invest, use Logo Software to design logos.

    Some of Logo Design Softwares are given below, you can:
    http://www.aaa-logo.com/
    http://www.logomaker.com/
    http://www.sothink.com/product/logo-design-software/
    http://logoyes.com/wizard/show/choose_icon.tpl

    If you are looking to create a free logo, u can choose from above.

    Thanks
     
    rajvrmxx, Aug 28, 2014 IP
  3. thrusthost

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    I use photoshop for mine. its not a matter which one you use its matter if you have creativity or not. If you have creativity even with paint you can make awsome logos :)
     
    thrusthost, Aug 30, 2014 IP
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    I use either GIMP or Paint.Net. The biggest key for me is to have a program that allows me to work with layers. That way I can edit text, clip art, backgrounds, and my own horrible sketching into an image without affecting other parts.
     
    ArticleSpecialists, Sep 4, 2014 IP
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    We simply use Photoshop as well.
     
    e-populus, Sep 7, 2014 IP
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    Photoshop and Illustrator would be just fine.
     
    usemyteam, Sep 9, 2014 IP
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    Confused what you're talking about.
     
    aidanriley629, Sep 10, 2014 IP
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    Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw and Photoshop are quite the best choices
     
    Alice taylor, Sep 11, 2014 IP
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    Ofcourse a photoshop or you can choose coraldraw for best logo designing
     
    Rinki12, Sep 11, 2014 IP
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    I have the latest versions of Photoshop and Illustrator and tend to go there for most work. But for logos and also character design I find that CorelDRAW is easier and faster.
     
    George Peirson, Sep 15, 2014 IP
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    I believe that if you need a logo that would be printed it is best to make it in Illustrator, but if it will be only on web/mobile or business cards you can make it in Photoshop (free alternative are gimp for photoshop and inkscape for illustrator)
     
    nelutu, Sep 27, 2014 IP
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    Photoshop! But it would be better to use Illustrator for vector logos..
     
    MediaLove, Sep 30, 2014 IP
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    Photoshop or illustrator. Depends on what's needed Photoshop is less intricate and faster IMO.
     
    Galactek Designs, Oct 1, 2014 IP
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    I use Adobe Illustrator. For one it is a vector based program thus giving the user more scalability and flexibility for the logo he/she is designing. Two its the industry standard to make it in vector format. Say a client wants to upscale there logo for a car wrap or a billboard, you can easily make it large without messing up the details. Most new designers tend to think using a raster program like Photoshop or Paint is good to make one in, but sadly are mistaken.
     
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    Photoshop, CorelDraw and Illustrator
     
    nameless7, Oct 14, 2014 IP
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    I use Photoshop and Illustrator... If we are expert in these we don't need any other software...
     
    dee-spidey, Oct 15, 2014 IP
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    I certainly use Photoshop
    But the creation of the logo can always use these programs.
    Do not forget, all of which are part of a small and basic Photoshop
    http://www.aaa-logo.com/
    http://www.logomaker.com/
     
    Chris Bosh, Oct 16, 2014 IP
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    For high quality Graphics with professional Look you must go for Adobe illustrator or Corel Draw, as these software are having a lot of effects already built in their libraries and you will not have to spent much time to create any logo or other print materials.
    I hope my suggestion would be helpful to you.
    Best Regards
     
    SkyWaltz Labs, Oct 17, 2014 IP
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    Typically, I use photoshop to thumbnail and draft the design, then into Illustrator for the final vectors. Once the vectors are done, you can take them back into photoshop for any post processing for various sizes/uses.

    I'm always told that you should do all of your sketching/drafts on paper, but as i'm more of a digital art guy, I jump right into photoshop + wacom tablet.
     
    James "Dezlan" Waters, Nov 5, 2014 IP
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    I use PhotoShop and Illustrator, sometimes online programs
     
    Emma S, Nov 5, 2014 IP