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    What are the steps of creating logo?

    Please what are the steps to take when creating logo and what softwares to use?

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    Instructables.com/id/Make-a-cool-logo-in-Photoshop-in-10-minutes-or-les/

    Photoshop is best for this work ........... and plz check this link

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    Depends on the kind of logo. I just basically draw one out, trace it in a felt pen, scan it, and edit it on gimp using a drawing tablet.

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    Learn To use Photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by admin View Post
    Please what are the steps to take when creating logo and what softwares to use?
    While creating a logo we have to keep few points in mind.Those are
    A logo must be
    ->simple,
    ->memorable,
    ->versatile and enduring.

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    Logo must be have these quality
    Simple
    Distinct
    Versatile
    Targeted

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    Simplicity: Is the design simple and clean enough to be flexible and easily recognizable? Is it not too busy, distracting, or confusing?
    Memorability: Is it quickly recognizable? Will people only have to spend a second or two thinking about it to get it?
    Timelessness: Will it still be a great logo in 10, 20, or even 50 years?
    Versatility: Does it scale to different sizes without losing quality? Will it work across various media and within different contexts?
    Appropriateness: Does it resonate with the desired audience?

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    Step 1: Research the field/industry. Before a designer like Tyler even thinks about putting pen to paper, he has to do his research. ...
    Step 2: Get to know the client. ...
    Step 3: Sketch, present, and iterate on initial ideas. ...
    Step 4: Revise. ...
    Step 5: Organize the final deliverable.

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    Basic steps of creating logo :

    Step 1: Research the field/industry. Before a designer like Tyler even thinks about putting pen to paper, he has to do his research.
    Step 2: Get to know the client.
    Step 3: Sketch, present, and iterate on initial ideas.
    Step 4: Revise.
    Step 5: Organize the final deliverable.
    Logo Designer Mumbai

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    Thank you! Well, this is a very useful & interesting steps for creating a logo.

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