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Logo Making Template Software

Discussion in 'Designs & Layouts' started by Betty, May 7, 2011.

  1. Betty

    Betty New Member

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    Is there a good vector logo making template program out there that is really great. There are those times you need something quick for a customer.
     
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  2. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    Yep, it's called ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CS5!!!

    Buy it, lean it, use it-Winning!

    :thumb:
     
  3. jiarby

    jiarby Major Contributor

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    LOL... I was gonna say Corel
     
  4. SignManiac

    SignManiac Major Contributor

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    Pencil is the fastest and least expensive.
     
  5. Jillbeans

    Jillbeans Major Contributor

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    Buy a SignGold starter kit... They come with ABC Design by Brian the Brush. Sort of a template-ey logo design kit.
    But I do hope you know that a real logo can't be done with software, it comes from your own grey matter.
    Love....Jill
     
  6. Locals Find!

    Locals Find! Very Active Member

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    Type in logos for $99.00 into google. Pick any of them. All the quickie logos you could want in minutes.

    If your clients want to go that route double the price you pay and take the money and just be done with it.

    Please understand I am not encouraging this route. Having at least attempted to design logos and failed at it. If you can't do it, hire a professional from here. There are plenty. If your client wants cheap crap. Follow above instructions and don't bother trying to argue with them. Take your money and move on.
     
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  7. ForgeInc

    ForgeInc Active Member

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    oh....em....gee.
     
  8. ForgeInc

    ForgeInc Active Member

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    Adholio, you are a piece of work. First you tell someone to google $99 logos, pick any of them, then double the price and be done with it if your client likes it. Then a response of OMG, and you edit your post to say "understand I'm not encouraging this route...blah blah blah."

    Which is it?

    Man, while I sometimes am entertained by your posts as I find lack of etiquette and infighting amongst members entertaining (while unprofessional), it sure seemed a lot easier on my nerves while you were away.

    (To the OP and others, sorry to be a thread pirate)
     
  9. njshorts

    njshorts Active Member

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    this.
     
  10. ProWraps

    ProWraps Very Active Member

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    MS Word seems to work well for your needs.
     
  11. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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  12. signswi

    signswi Very Active Member

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    Any client that wants a template logo is an opportunity to upsell them through knowledge. Clearly explain to them that any logo used from stock parts will not be able to be Trademarked and that if they ever want to grow they'll end up needing to rebrand and pay that money they were trying to avoid anyway, but this time they'll be throwing away all the built-up brand identification they've achieved in the meantime.

    If they still don't get it tell them to find their own logo. Only do work you're proud of.
     
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