Great logos are like super talented people. Many will be loyal to the brand becuase of it, and this can equate to millions of additional revenue for a company.
That’s why this list of the best logo creation software was assembled. Crafting a top performing asset that represents your company is not always easy.
The Logo, is the most powerful and dynamic attribute of a business. It can be central, or foundational. If the company is lucky enough, their logo can even become a pop culture icon.
Everything must be considered when designing a logo. Everything! From the name of your company, the uniqueness of the logo, various media type compatibility, and the future use of the logo. It’s like a face.
People get it wrong all the time, including me.
Logos are not always good as vector. Vector is limited. Logos are more dynamic when the owner maintains a master copy that can be edited by an application. This gives the owner greater flexibility in producing logos of any size, resolution, print ready, or for limited color devices as needed.
Problems with Freestyle graphic software.
Most business owners today who run websites need logos all the time. They often lack digital graphic design skills. I don’t need proof, 10 years of contracting has confirmed this.
It’s very nice to try Photoshop or Gimp, but ultimately, there is a freestyle aspect to these and often will not produce anything worth telling your wife about.
What you need is a software made specifically for logo design, something with lots of elements, design options, layout templates and various import and export features.
I’ve created a list of the 5 best logo creation software that’s also available for instant download online. Take your pick and start creating professional and good looking logos for all your websites.
So here they are – and in no particular order:
1. Logo Design Studio 4
2. Logo Design Studio Pro Vector
3. Xara 3D Maker
4. Macware Logo Design Studio Pro v 2.0
5. Logo Designer for Mac or PC
There are not many software made for logo creation. And the list gets even slimmer for downloadable versions.
But I feel this list is very good and I would be satisfied with any of these options. By the way I do use The Logo Creator V5 from laughingbird. But I don’t think that software is nearly as good as any from this list. This is because of the limited graphic elements, and font type options.