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    Hands down Illustrator. Affinity Designer also looks promising.


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    You really need to use Illustrator so that you can provide the industry formats to your client, PDF, EPS, AI etc..

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    My personal advice is to always use vectorial based software,Illustrator or corel draw are between the best options.But it depends on the requisites of the brand you are working.
    If the brand you are working is not going to be applied to large formats(in a near future too)like a website brand i guess is ok to use image based logos using photoshop or a 3d software like 3dsmax or cinema4D.I recently worked on a 3dprint online service brand and used a 3dlogo and It´s working perfectly.

    Of course you have to be aware that the costumer doesn't plan to change his strategy.

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    Really depends on what your making. When I make a custom wordmark for a client I work in Glyphs, but in general Adobe Illustrator is the way to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by effajudge View Post
    I use Photoshop with heavy use of Custom Shapes and the Pen. The only reason that I don't use Illustrator is because I don't know/haven't learned how to use it (yet). I need a crash course for that.
    To be honest, if you use custom shapes and pen tool in photoshop you basically ready to use illustrator to create logos, the advanced features are not necessarily needed if we're only talking about logo creation

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    I switched to "Sketch" a year ago and I absolutely love it.

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    Sketch is great, but really only good for UI design, if you need to do professional logo work that you supply to other designers / clients you need something CMYK / spot colour able. Sketch only really good for web / apps.

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    Illustrator is all you need

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    Illustrator is the standard in the industry.
    I know some web designer that decided to design brands cause they were asked to... and they use photoshop (cause that's their tool).... never do that.

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    Illustrator with some plugins to help speed up process after brainstorm if you're a full time logo designer, like MirrorMe or VectorScribe etc.

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    Illustrator of course :)

    But for tricky cases or when perfect curvature is needed I combine it with Rhino 3D.

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    Adobe Illustrator all the way! :D

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    I use all three (PS, AI and ID), simultaneously. No need for more.
    Ah, and I do actually use a pencil or a pen before that.
    But I'm old...

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    Illustrator

    I would definitely say for logo design it's illustrator. Much more flexible than Photoshop or Indesign for that type of work.

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    I'm a Photoshop user, so I use most of my time on Photosop maybe I should try Illustration later for a change XD

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