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It can be overwhelming to figure out where to get started with marketing your business, there is so much to know. The first piece of marketing every business needs is a logo that represents the right image for your brand. Whether you plan on hiring a professional to create your marketing materials or are attempting it on your own this quick and easy how-to guide is a great resource for developing your logo. You will walk through Adobe Illustrator step-by-step in to create a logo like the pros do, and learn ways to customize your own logo for your business type. Beginning designers will also enjoy this guide since it is a great source for learning common design tools.

Published: Anita Knox on
ISBN: 9781466106260
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