We were pleased with how well you were able to visualize what we were looking for. Your submission was one of the first ones submitted, and it stuck in our minds throughout the process as one of the best. In the end, our team agreed! Thank you for your work on this project!
Tolle Arbeit. Sehr gute Zusammenarbeit
I am very impressed with Shahbaz's work standards and ethics, hence the interest in engaging him on this project a second time.
It was very fast and good quality design
How MarComm started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
True vs. Truth
What’s your company slogan?
Optional: We might consider having the word "Podcast" on the logo, so feel free to provide that as an option if it can be turned off.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A faith-based podcast hosted by a former NFL player targeted to urban Christians (youth and adults) and Christians who support urban outreach ministry.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The faith aspect should be subtle, if there at all. This is not intended to feel "churchy" and we dont want "cheesy" or clipart as can be the stereotype for religious graphic design.
...skip these do's and don'ts
...go off of just the design examples above (we don't necessarily love any of those, but we were asked to pick designs we liked as part of creating this listing)
...use out-of-date fonts like Comic Sans or Papyrus
...use cliche design ideas (we want this to look cool)
...make this a rectangle logo
...assume anything (we are open to your ideas)
...use urban/street inspired design principles
...make this look modern, fresh, and relevant
...make this work in either a circle or square shape (Both would be fine too. This does not mean the logo has to be a circle or square, but it should fit within these shapes for easy use with social media)
...experiment (we are open to your ideas)