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How Andrew Biggs started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Sound You Can See (Does not have to be included, but here for reference)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Sound design for radio, digital radio and podcasts along with sound effects, tools and elements for sound production. Target audience includes radio stations and corporate media.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I really like the glass/crystal style iorange in the "Orange Wave" logo. See the other abstract logo variations further down in the samples - or possibly a character based logo might be suitable? The "Text" of EYESOUND (or eyesound) should be simple, clear but the main focus should be on the abstract logo. I think the "ignite" logo is the closest font-wise but I like how the "flame" is integrated into the word as well (so perhaps the "eye" of eyesound could be used alone outside of the text - along with integrated into the text - if that makes sense). Williams and Woolworths logos with that nice 3D shading are really great as well. PLEASE stay away from 'obvious' sound-style logos (speakers, waveforms or radio boxes) as I prefer the abstract logo that conveys a thought, or idea rather than "look, this is sound... it's a headphone". You could perhaps use the "sliders" on a mixing desk, or a glowing recording light or play button - but prefer the abstract if possible. Of course, you're free to veer wildly away from any of these instructions of and get really creative! Note: Ideally the logo should be versatile on white or black.