Right off the bat, we knew Mumung was the winner. His understanding of the brief and his translation of that into our logo was apparent right from the start. Easy to work with and takes suggestions very well.
How Kram started their logo design journey
kramcast.com is a website designed to entertain an audience looking for an average guys reviews of movies, books, and music. We will also talk about current news events and have a bi-weekly podcast to cover current topics of interest and recap the newest media reviews. This will be from the perspective of an average guy. We profess to be the opposite of a critics review - in fact we may not even know the actors name who stars in the movie - but that's the point. Reviews will be bold and to the point. Probably won't care at all about the "musical score" or the "costume design". Did it suck? Were there hot chicks? The blog will also be a place to comment on material on the site or to just send out your own blast.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This site will appeal to those who are not easily offended but have a sense of humor. It will give them chance to check out a review on a new movie (or other media) that is quick and to the point. The target audience will more than likely be people under the age of 40, but who knows. Men and women can both enjoy the site as we will have reviews from females as well.
Not exactly sure where to go on this. Maybe all caps, maybe not. Maybe two dots over the "A" so it is pronounced right (kram as in Mom, not kram as in cram). Not sure if the name of the site should include .com at the end or stand alone as kramcast. Very open to creativity. Run with this and have fun. We want it to convey a message of fun and cool.