Best Logo designing Tool

vinaya

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You say logo designing tool for free, however, most of the commentators have suggested programs that cost money. The best designing software, whether you want to design a logo or website graphics, book covers, flyers etc. Photoshop is the best program. However, photoshop is also an expensive program. You can find student version cheaper.
The only tool that is as good as photoshop and is available for free is GIMP. It is a free photo editing and designing program.
 

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You're right I didn't notice the word "free" as well. Thanks for pointing that out.

Inkscape is also a good free tool for logo designing.

Affinity Designer isn't free, but a lot cheaper ($40 one time payment) compared to Photoshop or Illustrator and it's also feature rich. I have only tried the trial version of Affinity Designer but I found it to be a lot easier to use than Illustrator or Photoshop for logo design.
 

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Hello,

I want to design my website logo. Please give me suggestions for most suitable logo designing tool for free.

Thanks in advanced!

Adobe Photosop and Illustrator can create Logo's but you need to think about maintainability and uses of your logo. While its initial sizes may be predefined a logo needs to be resized and reshaped accordingly as it's likely to be used many times on many different materials.

A bitmap graphic created in Photoshop cannot be resized without pixilation or loss of quality. With that in mind, using Illustrator means your logo will be a vector object which is not part of a bitmap. Meaning it can be reshaped and resized while retaining all of its quality. Photoshop does have a place in logo design but for the most part, Illustrator should always be your first choice.

Illustrator is also great for creating reusable components. Using the symbols panel in Illustrator, you can create a library of icons and form elements that can be reused and manipulated many times over.
 
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