Thanks for your awesome work on my logo Arslan! And for being super helpful and fast.
Excellent designer, quick easy communication and great at following instructions. I will invite d-ART's to all my contests. A pleasure to work with.
Thank you so much for our design. You did a wonderful job.
We love Adrian design so much. :) Thank for your help
How afasano started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Civil Engineering Podcast with Anthony Fasano, PE
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I have a bigger brand called The Engineering Career Coach which already has a podcast: http://www.EngineeringCareerCoach.com - I now creating a secondary podcast called The Civil Engineering Podcast. This podcast will be focused on all things civil engineering from career advice to the state of the industry and more. I plan to have embedded as one tab into the TECC site. I have the URL civilengineeringpodcast.com that will forward there. So I want it to kind of have some similar characteristics as the other one but be different....
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I provided my rough sketch or idea for this podcast artwork - I am thinking that the bridge can be the Golden Gate Bridge.
iTunes art specs:
I will need one (1) 1400 x 1400 pixel image for iTunes. This is indeed a rather large image, primarily because of the retina display capabilities of some of the new media players available on the market.
This image should be in a .jpg or .png file format.
This image should also be readable at much smaller sizes. Many directories and portable media players will automatically shrink the larger image size to fit smaller areas, so it if looks good at 1400 x 1400, but not at 300 x 300 (for example), then it’s not going to work very well. Some devices shrink the size to as little as 73 x 73 pixels. I’d like to optimize it for 150 x 150 – if it looks good at that size, then it should read perfectly everywhere else.
In additional to the one (1) 1400 x 1400 pixel image, I will need the same image in a different filename at 300 x 300 pixels.