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    Best software for logo design

    I'm designing logos for companies in U.S.A, i need to know which software is very much suited for this,

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    Corel Draw
    Adobe Illustrator
    Photoshop


    Among them which is the best one i can use to design the logo?

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    You usually need a vector-based program for logos, even if you then dress them up in Photoshop. So Illustrator is a good choice.

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    yeah i agree and i like illustrator and photoshop because the shortcuts are familiar

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    Illustrator, nothing else. I tried a demo of Corel Draw a long time ago, I use to be a Coral Draw pro when I was young, nothing to show for it other then I was extremely good at the program. I stopped using it and years later went to Illustrator.

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    Logos, even if text-based, are ultimately graphics and graphics software is the right tool for the job.
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    ok i think logomaker and logo plus is also good.

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    thanks for all your valuable feedback! Illustrator actually has what i am looking for.

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    Adobe Ilustrator is the Best for this job.
    LogoDesignTeam - Web Design, Logo Design (incld. Stationary),
    Graphic Design (Cartoons, Caricatures, Brochures, Flyers,
    Posters, Banners, Book Covers, Banners, Headers etc.)

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    I love Adobe Illustrator but you can use XARA 3D for more smooth and realistic 3d effects.


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