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    Junior Member Erin is on a distinguished road
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    Obviously Illustrator over Photoshop, but where does Sketch fit in? I've seen it mentioned more and more often lately, anyone who's mentioned it over Illustrator care to explain why?

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    Does anyone use any of those apps specifically for logo design? I want to say they might be templates or something which doesnt seem very original but don't quote me on that because while I have noticed them before, I have never really taken the time to download them and check them out. I always wondered if they were useful or not....

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    illustrator

    illustrator definitely.

    You can learn it pretty quick with youtube tutorials, or reverse engineering logo templates from places like creativemarket.

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    I know its been said a million and ten times but Illustrator really is the only one to f*** with. I like to do sketches in Photoshop my Surface Pro in then move them over to my desktop and clean them up in illustrator.

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    Definitely Illustrator wouldn't have it any other way.

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    Illustrator mostly, but for perfectionists Fontlab could be usefull sometimes I guess...

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    Illustrator & Photoshop back & forth.

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    Cool

    For logo creation you need to work in vector format to get a more accurate and versatile final results. Besides logos need to be scalable graphics in order to apply them to all kind of media ( printed, digital and even signs ) soooo during all the years I´ve been working as a graphic designer, I´ve tried all vector design software ( Freehand, Illustrator, CorelDRAW ), and for me the best is CorelDRAW it allows me to be much more productive than Illustrator, and from CorelDRAW I can import and export to all kind of vector formats ( CDR, AI, EPS, WMF, EMF, SVG, etc etc )

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    Illustrator only.

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    Talking Illustrator

    Illustrator hands down

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    Still Adobe Illustrator

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    Nothing beats illustrator. Sketch is nice for small icon-work, but Illustrator all the way!

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    Junior Member iLeon will become famous soon enough
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    Well, Affinity Designer, in my opinion, have potential to depose Illustrator from the throne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin View Post
    […] but where does Sketch fit in? […]
    While sketch has vector abilities it is much more part of the interface design world. I have seen people using it for icons but for intricate logo designs Illustrator is still the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    While sketch has vector abilities it is much more part of the interface design world. I have seen people using it for icons but for intricate logo designs Illustrator is still the best.
    Yeah, my web designer friends use sketch for their basic web graphics, but when they want more detailed logos & branding they always come to me for that illustrator goodness.

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