Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by Kite, Aug 11, 2011.
Which software is use for logo design?
Adobe illustrator is good
I recommend Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw if you need to make a vector logo..,
For a web based logo, you can use Adobe Photoshop...
yep industry standard is adobe Illustrator. It's not really recommended to create one in Photoshop unless you do it at at least 300dpi
Do windows have one out yet?
Lol, yeah, Adobe Illustrator is the one you want - but use a lot of pencil and paper before touching the mouse. Work your ideas out etc. Don't build the house without the blueprints.
Ditto (unless you're looking for one of those applications that have some predesigned options).
You would be committing a crime if you use Photoshop to do a logo and submit it to your client as a JPEG file. Web logo, print logo or whatever, it should be scalable (ie vector). It is alright to present ideas in photoshop, paper n pen or what not, but never finalize a logo in it. What would happen if suddenly your web client asks you to submit a logo vector?
If you make changes in illustrator, always keep a duplicate copy of each changes you make in case you want to roll back to your older ideas. You do not have to create 20 files. You can work on drafting your ideas in a single file.
Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator. Adobe Photoshop is still "photoshop" not the "logoshop".
Adobe illustrator is the finest choice for logo design.Corel Draw also effective....
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Is it called Easy-To-Use or is it simply easy to use? :S
Levi, so suspicious.. after all he has a whopping 2 posts!
For me it's pen, paper, brain, graphics tablet and adobe illustrator.
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