My design was met in a timely manner and the professionalism made the experience well worth the process. I was pleased with the level of detail and attention to feedback that was taken into consideration with each design. I'm very satisfied with the final product and look forward to future projects with 99 Designs and my designer, BudaMuda.
Itong Art was able to take my description of what I wanted and transform it visually into exactly what I was trying to relay to everyone who views it and associates it with me. They were thorough and made immediate and helpful enhancements when requested. I would definitely trust them with future creative work.
How joeVJ started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Different Strokes: A Percussion Podcast
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Different Strokes: A Percussion Podcast is an audio podcast that interviews contemporary percussion artists, composer, arrangers, entrepreneurs, and designers. In these conversations, listeners learn more about the daily lives of some of the most influential percussionists in the music community.
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 contrasting elements in this logo; solid and broken apart. Much of the people I interview have a solid reputation and I like to break down what it is that makes them unique at their core.
The yellow really offsets the black in this logo. I like the contrasting fonts from the word "citrus" to "BPM"
Purple is a symbol of royalty and honor. I admire the offset white to make it really standout. The paint drops really help me see the visual element or their product.
I like the differences in fonts on this logo. For a logo with many words, the spacing and negative space created allows many words to look like few and far in between.
I've been a fan of weaving letters together in different ways without taking away from the message. Sometimes, these types of logos can be sensory overload, but, when done neatly, they can make a lasting impact.
The colors in this particular logo captures the "cool" shades that I prefer. The aqua against a neutral color, such as this grey, really pleases my eyes.
I like the strong clarity and minimalistic nature of this logo.
I like the sleek pop of white on top of a blurry background; mysterious.
I like the earthy tone to this logo. The font is simple but striking against the natural curves of the logo.
Simple and elegant at a glance. The font is simple and the color palette is pleasing.
I'm okay with subtle hints of music notes and drumsticks but I'd prefer the logo to be more minimal and abstract.