Nextdoorneighbor was great to work with! I had no idea where to start with my logo design. I found the design idea that nextdoorneighbor submitted to be unique, clever, and simple, yet sophisticated. Any of my feedback and comments were swiftly responded to and addressed to a high standard. Really enjoyed working with nextdoorneighbor and would highly recommend them as a skilled designer and for being very responsive to feedback!
Zatul goes above and beyond for us! We are so grateful for her. She is amazing with her communication and design work.
For my logo design, Sataji was very responsive, demonstrated a good technical understanding of design principles, understood how to create a corporate image, had a very professional approach, was empathetic and able to assist through the design process in a very supportive way. An impressive individual who gave a really great client experience.
How ask8t started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Startup Agony is a podcast that discusses real entrepreneurs' problems that they can't find an answer for or want to get just someone else's take on. It will be hosted by an experienced entrepreneur and a guest who will take people's calls and emails and discuss them in depth.
The target audience are startup founders and their teams (i.e. leaders in startups who may not be founders) who want to improve how they manage growth, their teams, investors, and generally the volatility of a startup environment.
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
google the website for the savage lovecast (it's a podcast). Logo attached. They have this logo where the headphones cover the broken heart. That's pretty neat, I like that. If you somehow can combine the following ideas into one illustration: startups, giving advice remotely [e.g. over the phone, entrepreneurship challenges, podcast, rolling up sleeves to get things done - that'd be great. I was thinking: A silhouette of a hipster with a headset (= he's on the phone) or someone banging their head against a laptop.
The podcast will deal with very challenging problems, but will not take itself too seriously. So the illustration can be a bit ironic and wacky. Not too much, but it shouldn't convey a sense of tragedy. There should be a sense of defiant purpose like "no matter what, we will get through this".
Finally, it's worth mentioning that this should be a reasonably simple logo so that it can be downsized to an icon in a podcasting app.