larahollers14 got their new podcast by running a design contest:
Podcast cover for GenX midlifers ready to change their story
Check out larahollers14's Podcast contest…
I'm a speaker, storyteller, and consultant. The Rest of Your Story is my new podcast designed to reach and MOVE those at midlife, particularly women GenXers (ages 41-55). This group finds themselves at midlife feeling bored, blocked, and burnt out. They've spent years taking care of everyone else. They're tired. They're mid-career. They may even be stuck believing "it's too late," or "I'm too old." And they're left wondering, what's next for me? This podcast answers that question. It offers discussions and interviews with topical experts to provide practical ideas, insights, and whack you upside the head ah-has. And it’s designed to help people lighten up, dream bigger, and take steps to write the rest of their stories from this day forward. We'll cover everything from careers, creativity, and children to money, sex, and spirituality. The tone of the show is real, honest, meaningful, and fun. It's equal parts grit and grace. Like getting a hug from that Grandma who tells you, "everything's going to be okay," then turn around and kick you in the ass to get yourself together. COPY: The Rest of Your Story with Lara Hollers DESIGN IMAGERY / ELEMENTS: Feels a bit in your face and bold while also having hints of softness. So appeals to both men and women, especially women early in their 40s to mid-late '50s. But has appeal to those younger and older as well. I'm thinking heavy type treatment (sans serif with modern script?) with perhaps a 'kiss' of an illustrative element. Illustrations, icons, etc. are okay. Nothing overly cutesy. No fake/stock images. No smiling white people. CURRENT BRANDING: My current website has good insight into the brand / direction I'm going right now (using primarily color #E86A58). www.LaraHollers.com
What's your vision?
Podcast cover art
I'd like the tone of the cover design to feel focused on the fact this is about YOUR story. So it feels like it's about them / the listener. It should feel bold and yet warm/welcoming. I want it to 'pop' and feel balanced in masculine/feminine appeal. Nothing too heavy but also nothing too dainty. You can see my website for current design direction I'm going with my work: www.larahollers.com.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Podcast starts at £159.
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.
larahollers14 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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