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Let me start this by saying that I've never done anything with editing or design before. I'm wondering if this is something I can pick up without to much of a headache. I also need help in deciding which app would be best for me. I'm half owner of a online sports store and need an app that will allow me to make marking ads (images) of my products for posting on various social media sites etc, watermarking product photos for our website, making product images. Also I wanna update our current logo or make a new logo.

 

Which product would I need? And is this something someone with ZERO experience can use?

 

Thanks

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Hi Daurbanlegend,

Welcome to the forums :)

I would suggest Affinity Designer for your project, typically for vector drawings which would be great for creating or editing logos.

You don't need experience to use the app, we have put together a collection of video tutorials to get you started and you can always use these forums to ask questions on anything the videos don't cover. 

Jack

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