What are the best free resources for logo designers?

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    Canva is a graphics design tool where users can create professional designs by curating photos, text, animations, stickers, borders, frames and more. It also features albums and scrapbooks where users may collaborate with their friends. 


    Web, Android, iOS

    Free- Varies by plan

    Randy Pearson
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "Canva for me is one of the best free logo design sites there is. Even if some of their templated designs are paid, it is definitely worth paying for because of the ease of access and intuitive user interface they provided for us. The free ones are also okay, but the more awesome designs that are paid are wonderful :D and not only that, canva actually provides a lot of other design services. "
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    LogotypeMaker is an online tool capable of generating a logo depending on the creator's needs. The tool has a free version. However, the paid service includes features such as access to 200 fonts and 1 million icon gallery.

    Online Tools

    Free- Varies by plan

    David Dunn
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "this is a logo maker online that is easily accessible and lets me design my own stuff. I sometimes like creating logos for the shirts that I sell, and I use this a lot. I paid to access their service and I now have a LOT to choose from. Despite not knowing how to design properly in the beginning, this has helped me look like i'm actually a good designer :)) My friends tell me I sell nice shirts. "
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    #3LogoScopic Studio

    LogoScopic Studio

    Logoscopic is a logo design studio that has 850 fully editable and custom made logo templates, recoloring and editing tools, more than 100 fonts, and allows you to export images for Digital or Print use. 



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Debra Curtis
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "I can only get 20+ designs to choose from cos well, its a free logo maker app and theyre designs is theyre way to make money(u have to pay for the other designs). but as an app that helps those who arent so good at design and dont have that much money like me, i think this app does a good job. specially for providing free logo design templates that i could use for school and projects and stuff. "
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    Inkscape is an illustration tool for users who needs to draw or create vectorial images. With its drawing tools and file format compatibilities, it can give help to users to create texts and bezier and spiro curves.


    Windows, Mac, Linux


    Harry Ramirez
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "i LOVE FREE DESIGN SOFTWARES! That's why I love Inkscape :D I mean something that I got for free that actually delivers good service is already amazing. What I don't like about this is that it cannot support HD displays, like 2k-4k displays. The UI got crayzeh with that kind of display. But otherwise, i think it's okay. My old laptop supports it anyway. I can do so much with the vectors and everything, and well, who doesn't love free stuff that doesn't ask you to pay more for additional features. "
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    #5Adobe Illustrator Draw

    Adobe Illustrator Draw

    Adobe Illustrator Draw allows users to draw elaborated illustrations and organize all your works with this official Adobe app. You will be able to add tons of layers, use a stylus, pencils, pens, and brushes and edit your creations and export them in many different file formats. 


    iOS, Android

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Amanda Gomez
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "Well, it is adobe and sometimes their apps are not the best. They have the comfortable user interface that adobe has, although it sometimes takes a lot of seconds to load. I guess this could count as a free logo design software, but you have to already be knowledgeable in vector and design before using this app. But it is nice to use on the go for on the spot ideas. "
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    GIMP or GNU Image Manipulation Program is an illustrative digital freeware which serves as a photo-retouching program, image compositor, and image authoring. This program was created in 1996.


    Windows, Mac, Linux


    Helen Cui
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "Gimp is free design editing software. sometimes slow. unusual interface. can open psd. can use photoshop tools. but is slow. like real slow. but can do what i need it to do like design logo. "
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    SumoPaint is a web app that offers photo editing and image making online. It was first released in 2008 and received 5-star ratings from About.com and MacWorld. It offers a free version called SumoPaint Lite.

    Online Tools


    Jason Simmons
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "having tried tons of free graphic design online, like other products, I kinda like SumoPaint since it has advanced layers support, and I can save to the cloud. But it doesn't have a drag and drop function and it can become slow to open compared to the other design softwares online. But if I'm lazy to install anything, SumoPaint is the way to go. "
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    iPiccy gives you all the power to edit photos right in your browser without any installation for free. Just upload any image to photo editor and proceed on editing your photos or creating a new element from scratch. 

    Online Tools


    Jerry Ross
    Written on May 6, 2019
    "for a free logo design software, this kinda does the job? emphasis on "kinda". But i have to have all of my elements first before actually designing the logo. But i tried it as a photo editor and it does a good job. It's kinda difficult to use it for logo design but it is still feasible. 2 out of 5. "


Best What are the best free resources for logo designers
1CanvaApps 19 Free
2LogotypeMakerOnline Tools 11 Free
3LogoScopic StudioApps 7 Free
4InkscapeSoftware 4 Free
5Adobe Illustrator DrawApps 3 Free
6GimpSoftware 2 Free
7SumoPaintOnline Tools 2 Free
8iPiccyOnline Tools 1 Free

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