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Would the type of logo found at http//:www.disruptive-innovations.com be one that could be created with more simpler packages? If so, which packages should I look into (in addition to paintshop, previously recommended)?
BTW as a sidenote = if you delve deeper into the site mentioned above - you will find an interesting html editor product (under development) called Nvu. It is the probable replacement for Mozilla composer. If you would like to see a slide presentation that the main author, Daniel Glazman, recently presented at a European Mozilla Developer's conference - go to
He talks about the design future of the product (although we only get the slide lines, and not what he said as he explained each one). Alas.
The best advice I can give you would be to get used to software that allows you to fulfill you requirements. Industry standard packages for graphics and print are excellent starting points if you have the access. Make yourself familiar with the tools and their capabilities - once you have learned one to a certain level you will have little problem working with others.
Photoshop is mentioned often here as THE package to use, but really the most important thing is feeling comfortable with a program that will let you achieve your own goals. There are all sorts out there: free ware, low cost cut down versions, and the full editions of the software - it is up to you how far you want to take it.
Just keep asking the right questions :)
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