Lack of adaptability is one of the biggest mistakes in logo design.
I’ve heard many times that a logo is so simple that a 5-year-old could do it in half an hour. Have you ever heard someone uttering similar words? The truth is there’s a lot of work to create an identity that looks professional; but at the end, it all culminates into one thing, the logo.
A professionally designed logo will, on most occasions, be scalable to any size and perfectly adaptable to any sort of material. Here’s where the specialists in identity design tend to spend a good deal of time experimenting, as they are committed to foresee any potential use to guarantee the logo will not disappoint in the future which avoids the biggest mistakes in logo design.
Reflect on this, what happens if you need to apply your logo on the side of a building or in a promotional pen? Will you be able to do it? If you don’t think about that while you’re creating the logo, the chances are, you’ll not end up with a professional-looking one.
So no matter what tool you use to design the logo, make sure your logo is the effect you want when it gets bigger or smaller, and it won’t distort or mislead others. And make sure you can export in high-resolution, you can print or try it anywhere.