Bimabean had a hard task of creating our podcast cover art. Podcast thumbnails are very tiny, so the image needed to be clear, legible, and also fun.
He did a great job! He made it easy to read, aesthetically pleasing, and very professional.
He knew exactly what mood we were going for and he communicated it nicely in a picture.
Thanks so much Bimabean! We appreaciate your time, patience, and creativity!
Thanks! You rock
Disaf is a very talented designer and was able to bring up many design options forward until one really grabbed my attention. Disaf delivered exactly what I asked when any changes needed to be made, and always checked with me that there was a good understanding. Perfect designer. 2 of Disaf's designs made it into the contest finalists, a very large and competitive contest, holding 2 spots until the end. Highly recommended!
Love his work all the time! Great Communication and great work ...
How Danired28 started their poster journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The title of this podcast is a play on the term "fat pants" – so our theme is not necessarily about pants, it's about fitness and weight training.
So emphasize the words and the font first, and then if an opportunity arises to throw in an inconspicuous pair of pants, go for it.
Go for edgy and fun here. This isn't your mom's podcast.
The hosts (a man and a woman) will talk about weight training/sex/humor for people who want to laugh and be entertained.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
• Podcast cover art
• Bold/fun colors – no khaki
• The words, "Fit Pants"
• Be careful using clip art. If it makes it look like we sell pants, or makes it look like we are going to spend the whole time talking about pants, this is the WRONG direction.
• The design doesn't HAVE to have an illustration of pants. If the font is cool and the composition is balanced, then just the words "fit pants" would work.
• The words can take up the whole square (possibly with a vague silhouette of pants behind them).
• Or the words could be at the bottom of the square with a man and woman's legs standing on top (wearing pants).
• We're open to ideas.
We like a minimal look, so don't worry about getting super detailed. We're fine with a lot of negative space as long as the image looks balanced.