what’s the best software to make a logo, brochure and business card? coreldraw or illustrator?

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what’s the best software to make a logo, brochure and business card? coreldraw or illustrator?

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I use Indesign and Corel Draw 90% of the time. Corel is quick and its strong point is that, when you are ready to print, WYSIWYG”What you see is what you get”. They have very good print drivers.

I publish for Vogue, Real Estate companies, Fashion Mag… And as far as one poster stating that Logos are drawn in Adobe Illustrator is FALSE.
Its the artist and the person using the software that counts and not the software itself.
With Corel, yo can use nodes which is very important. You can even design your own font. As for saving, you can saving in Mac format, AI, EPS , etc…in any format you want. You can even save to a PDF directly.

You can’t go wrong with Corel.

Edit…Happy…..Nice place Australia 🙂 I thought Adobe InDesign and Corel shipped there. Sorry. I still think Photoshop is better for Drawing than Illustrator.

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  1. Either will do the job, if you want to learn them it is worth your while starting with Illustrator as it is by far the most popular with agencies.

  2. Logos are usually designed in Adobe Illustrator and saved as an EPS.
    Brochures and business cards are usually laid out in Adobe InDesign (Illustrator .eps files and Photoshop .tiff files are imported and used in the layout) and then all files are supplied to the printshop.

    LEFT-T: I’m in Australia. Almost nobody uses Corel. The industry standard here for graphic design and print is Adobe Creative Suite. That’s not to say that Corel isn’t perfectly OK.

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