Which tool is best for designing Logo and templates?

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  1. Carlhartley

    Carlhartley Newbie

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    Which tool is best for designing Logo and templates?
     
  2. TayaX

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    illustrator for logos, photoshop for templates
     
  3. PureBlack

    PureBlack BANNED BANNED

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    I just use photoshop.
     
  4. lord1027

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    +1 for Adobe Illustrator, if you know how to use it. Or did you mean a newbie software?
     
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    Adobe Illustrator - the best among best ... (what ever software you use is not a matter you need some creativity is the matter) ... :)
     
  6. srb888

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    26 posts and adding fast, in just about 40 minutes!!! S-p-amming?! :)
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/members/801467-flinnd.html


    P.S.: He added 2 more in 2 more minutes. lol. FlinnD, Don't you get tired of trying?
     
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    If you want something simple then try Coreldraw.
     
  8. HiCAPTCHA

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    Adobe Illustrator and Logomaker are both nice software.
     
  9. Silverbak

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    Is logomaker easy to use? I tried illustrator (briefly) and couldn't figure it out (although I'm a wiz at photoshop). May just be one of those things that ain't worth the trouble and I'll continue to outsource.
     
  10. cburton81

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    Adobe Illustrator is really good