This designer has created 2 shirt designs for us and we hope to work with him again in the future. He is very quick and responsive, and he did a great job understanding our feedback and incorporating it into the design. Both shirts turned out awesome!
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We really like your style and attention to details. Experience has been great. Wish to work together on more projects. Thank you.
Was able to to completely understand what we were looking for. Quick to respond and make any changes we asked for. Would love to work with again.
How Scot.Singpiel started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Grab Their Ears
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Grab Their Ears is an audio production and consulting company. We specialize in communicating using audio only. We offer voiceover, audio production and copywriting that cuts though the clutter and invades the earholes of the target audience. We also teach audio communicators how to improve their skills so they can cut through the clutter to get their message heard.
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Please be careful if you choose to incorporate a microphone into your design. I feel that many of the designs that use mics are cliché. Plus, it's usually that old fashioned Elvis mic, and I don't like that - it might be retro and cool to some, but to me it communicates that the medium is dated and old - a stigma I'm trying to avoid.
I've found a couple idea starters on Pinterest for further inspiration. I like the sketch style of the "Travel" logo. Like the incorporation of the icon and the E in the Electrik Company logo. Like the idea of a handwritten "Grab Their Ears" logo with a sound wave.