jasoj1 got their new podcast by running a design contest:
Design clean, minimalist logo for new spiritual podcast
Check out jasoj1's Podcast contest…
TO CLARIFY - Though the title uses the word logo, I am looking for an "album artwork" style podcast image (see details below) - not just a logo. My apologies for the confusion here. Enlightened-ish is a podcast for spiritual seekers in their 30's. It's a place for those who seek to live lives more fully awake, but often stumble through the journey. The podcast feels like a deep, meaningful chat with one of your best friends — a conversation where you can unmask, connect and explore the deeper questions in life. On the podcast, you'll find honest, authentic conversations about truth, meaning, and living life "on the path." Some of the topics we'll cover include mindfulness and meditation, consciousness, spirituality, personal development, self-discovery and self-realization, yoga, and psychedelics. The market for this podcast is spiritual seekers in their 30's. This market skews towards women, but includes males as well. These people are highly educated and tend to be liberals who live in larger, progressive cities. They are more likely to be in community / social services jobs — therapists, social workers, psychologists, etc. They are often introverts, deep thinkers, intellectuals, avid readers and old souls. They follow people like Duncan Trussell, Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, etc.
What's your vision?
I would like a square graphic podcast image that I can use on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc. TO CLARIFY - Though the title uses the word logo, I am looking for an "album artwork" style podcast image (see details below) - not just a logo. My apologies for the confusion here. I'd like the image to feature the name of the podcast, which is Enlightened-ish. I know this is a long name, but I'd like this text to be readable at small sizes if possible. Since the podcast will be hosted by a man, I'd prefer a design with colors that are more masculine over feminine — deep blue over pink, for example. I like designs that are simple, clean, and minimal — with lots of open space. The tone of the podcast is a balance between deep and meaningful, and casual and down to earth. I'd like to strike a balance in this image too. Don't want it to feel too formal and stiff, but a balance of casual and formal. Since the market is younger, I'd like the design to feel modern and contemporary. Not looking for something super aggressive, bold, or "in your face." This is for people who are a bit more sensitive, quieter, more thoughtful types — so nothing too loud and aggressive. One idea I had for the design (I'm definitely not tied to this idea, so if you have another better idea please go for it instead) would be to feature a little cartoon graphic of a meditating guy in the center of the image. Something like this: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/bearded-man-sitting-his-legs-crossed-1470783947 . It would be cool if the guy in the graphic looked like me. I have a bald head and short stubble - I've attached a picture of me, so if you wanted to design something like that, you know what I look like. Again, not tied to this idea — but just something to consider. I've also attached a few examples of podcast logos I like. They are all more minimal and simplistic with lots of space - that's what I tend to prefer.
I think I've listed just about everything above.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Podcast starts at $199.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their podcast.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
jasoj1 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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