Designer was great at coming up with design that fit the criteria we had set. Highly recommended!
- Zacky Tambean
Dependable and great designer!
Designer came up with a great concept and was quick to respond and receptive of my comments.
How Gigtime started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We help musicians, Indy record labels, record producers, and managers sound better, grow their careers, and learn the music business.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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
I like the color combination, the classic look, and border which allows this logo to be used on a transparent background.
I like this because it looks original and doesn't use cheap, generic fonts. And the idea here isn't 'copy this font because I like it' but don't use a cheap free font.
Bold colors and it really stands out.
I like the concept but be careful not to use something too whimsical.
It's simple but it stands out.
A unique design that fits the brand. I like the colors and the fact that the letters are either drawn or manipulated so they don't look like every other logo.
I like the classic industrial look and the fonts.
I like these color combinations 1. #FE9004 and #0F2944, 2. #F84970, #161C33, and #E6DC88, 3. #E8715B, #072A55, and #E2E0CB. 4. #3585D2, #423024, and #F2CD41. You don’t have to use these. They are just suggestions. Also, my previous logo from many years ago incorporated the old fashion Shure 55SH microphone in the attached file. You can also Google it to find other angles. Since we are doing a podcast, we’re in the music industry, I would like to use this again if I can. But if you have another idea, we are open to it.
UPDATE: My preference is for a logo that can be displayed separately from the name so don't create a logo where the microphone is part of the name like a replacement for a letter, etc. I also prefer a design where the logo is alongside the name rather than on top or below the name. A rectangular logo is easier to use on a moble-responsive website. The logo without the name will be used for icons and social media profiles. Finally, the might be used in some places like a t-shirt or coffee cup with a transparent background so keep that in mind.