Posted March 24, 2018 12:24:59You might be thinking that you can do a good job of creating a logo using Photoshop, but the answer is no.
You’ll need to use a different approach.
You may be able to create a logo for your website, but that logo won’t have any branding, so you’ll need something else to sell.
This tutorial will show you how to create your own trademark logo in Adobe Creative Cloud.
We’ll use Illustrator to create our logo and give you some examples of what you can create.
If you’re not familiar with Illustrator, check out this tutorial for a refresher.
First, we’ll start with the basics.
Open up Adobe Illustrators and select the logo image in the sidebar.
This logo is the template that will be used in Photoshop.
Select the “New Logo” button in the top-right corner of the panel.
Select a size and font that you’d like to use for your logo.
Select an “Expand” button, then select the “Next” option.
The logo will expand to fill the full width of the image.
Once the logo has expanded, click “OK” to save the image to your hard drive.
Now we need to edit the logo.
To do this, click the “Edit” button at the bottom-right of the “Design” menu.
In the “Tools” menu, click on the “Layer” icon in the lower-right-hand corner of your screen.
Select “Add” to create an empty layer.
Next, in the “Layers” menu that appears, click once on the icon labeled “Image” and select “Make a new layer” from the drop-down menu.
The layer will be named “New Image” and will be placed on the layer stack at the top of the window.
Click on “OK”.
Now that our logo has been created, it’s time to fill it in.
Open the “Image Settings” menu and expand the layer on the left side of the screen.
The “Layer Name” drop-out will appear.
If there are any layers in the stack, choose them and click on “Add New Layer”.
Once you’ve added a layer, you can remove it by clicking on the dropdown menu that appeared.
In our example, we’ve added the image from the top and created the new layer.
Now that we have our logo, we can start making some text.
We’ll start by creating some text on the top layer of our new logo.
To do this we need three text elements.
First, we need an icon.
To create this icon, click in the icon’s icon-size drop-zone and choose “Add Icon”.
The icon will appear in the text area on the right side of your image.
Next we need a border.
To draw a border around the logo, click anywhere in the border area and select it.
Finally, we want a border outline.
Click anywhere in your outline area and then select “Add Border”.
The outline will appear on the border in the middle of the logo as shown in the image above.
To draw the outline, we first need a color.
To add the border outline, click anything in the outline area on your canvas and then choose “Layer Styles”.
You’ll notice that the outline color is black.
You can change the color to whatever color you’d prefer.
If your logo is black, the outline will look like this.
If you’re using a font that’s too small for your image, you may want to create some padding around the border.
We can create this with the “Font” button.
Select in the drop down menu “Add Padding” and click the “+” icon.
You will be asked to specify the size of your padding.
In this case, it should be 12px wide by 4px tall.
Once you click “Add”, the text that you’ve drawn above will appear as a text box.
To create some text in the background, we’re going to use our trademark symbol.
To make this symbol, click within the outline that we’ve created above.
You should now see a “text” icon that looks like a text block.
Next you’ll see the outline text box and the border that you just added.
Click the “+ Add Border” button to add a border to your image as shown above.
Now we’re ready to begin the text.
To start, we just need a font.
To choose a font, click its icon in its icon-type drop-zones.
Select from the list of available fonts, then click “Select Font”.
In this example, I chose a font called Arial.
The font is black and is set to the size that you want.
Next, we add some text at the end of our logo.
You probably want to add some color to this text as well. To