Crisp, sizeable graphics in Photoshop are not possible.

6 Reasons not to use Photoshop to create a company logo

  1. Cost:
    Photoshop is a paid software that requires a subscription, which can be a significant cost for small businesses or individuals.
  2. Complexity:
    Photoshop is a complex software that requires a significant learning curve to master, making it difficult for non-designers to use effectively.
  3. Unsuitable for vector graphics:
    Photoshop is primarily a raster graphics editor, not optimized for creating vector graphics, which are often preferred for logos due to their scalability.
  4. Overkill for simple logos:
    Photoshop is a powerful software that is often overkill for simple logo designs, and can lead to cluttered and unnecessarily complex logos.
  5. Slower workflow:
    Photoshop’s powerful features can lead to a slower design process and workflow, as there are often many steps and layers involved in creating a logo.
  6. Limited collaboration options:
    Photoshop does not have built-in collaboration options, making it difficult for multiple designers to work on a logo together.

These reasons highlight why it might be more appropriate to use other tools, such as vector graphic design software, for creating logos.

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