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    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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    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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    I guess one of the most important parts is to choose a good font for your logo. As for me, I use only some good paid ones from such marketplaces as https://www.templatemonster.com/fonts.php or others. It will definitely be better if you use some free ones everyone can easily download. Your logo is the face of your website, so it is really vital!
    Last edited by Rokilol; 06-08-2017 at 11:17 AM.

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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.
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