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Software for Logo Design Student?


Ben28

New Member
#1
Hi
I am new to the forum,
I am looking to update my logo design software,
I am 15 so don't have a huge budget.
I am open to any software which will suit my needs...
- I need to be able to export EPS files
- It cannot be too expensive
I would love to hear your recommendations
Thanks
Ben
 

Ben28

New Member
#5
Thanks Balders, I will look into this.
Are you able to access all the Adobe software in the Creative Cloud for that price per month?
Thanks
Ben
 

si_p

Junior Member
#6
Hi Ben,
if you're a student you may well be able to get hold of a copy of Adobe Illustrator Student and Teacher Edition from their site
otherwise have a look at Opensource programs like Inkscape which can export to eps
Hope this helps.
 
#8
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Ben28

New Member
#10
balders said:
Adobe have on offer on their educational package for creative cloud. £15.88 per month for 12 months as opposed to £22.46. You could install a trail first and sick it and see.

All depends on your budget I guess.

There are supposed to be some half decent free ones out there, never used any myself thought.

http://speckyboy.com/2008/04/17/top-10-free-vector-graphic-editors/
Where did you find the £15.88 price?
 
T

Tony Hardy

Guest
#13
Failing that, I hear Gimp is a good Photoshop alternative. I know that won't be useful for logos, but for photo manipulation and other work it should do the trick :)