WHat do you think is the best adobe product to make a site logo.
Basically i use fireworks, but i think, if i want to make an impressive logo i must turn into
in illustrator or photoshop.
What do you think?
Unless you completely rule out any use of the logo at different sizes/resolutions, you should create it as vector artwork if at all possible. It depends on (the requirements of) the artwork, but Illustrator is far more versatile for vector artwork.
In any case, never forget that impressive may be extremely simple.
About the "extremely simple":
You are absolutely right.
In what situations we would use logos at different sizes/resolutions.
Give me an example.
P.S I see that you and some other here in the forum reply always promptly.
Do you work in Adobe? Are you based in U.S?
PS. Adobe employees seldom contribute to the web forums. When they do, you can identify them by their Adobe Employee Avatars. Most replies to forum questions come from industry volunteers & fellow product users like you.
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In addition to what Nancy said:
Some forum natives come round often, but it depends on the time: some forum natives are over there, and some are over here. I am over here, where it is about half an hour after midnight now.
For my part you are welcome, Jim.
Just to make sure: when you create vector artwork (in Illustrator), the resolution only applies to the final (output) format, if at all (when you save as a PDF it will still remain vector).
Formerly Macromedia has been acquired by Adobe. It has been some years since Macromedia acquired by Adobe. Lot of things has changed from that point on.
Yes, Adobe is definitely a good tool to make logo... perhaps Illustrator is obvious app to work to design logo.