Just like any other business or product, a podcast’s branding is equally important to attracting and growing your target audience. When searching through the plethora of podcast shows on iTunes, Google, or even social media, remember that your podcast cover art serves as a first impression to potential listeners. In other words, your artwork has a huge impact on whether people will click on your show, or keep scrolling through.
If you’re a podcaster, producer, or graphic designer looking for branding inspiration, you’re in the right place. Today we’re highlighting podcast logo and branding Shots designed by our very own community of Dribbblers. Whether you’re designing art for your own podcast or for a client’s, you’ll find plenty of unique, high-quality artwork here that goes beyond the typical podcast headphones symbol!
Have fun browsing through, and discover some awesome new podcasts while you’re at it!
Andy J. Miller.
Parker McCullough for Innovatemap,
Brenton C. Little.
Allie Mounce for Pretty Useful Co..
Courtney Leonard for Vox Media,
Lindsay St. Clair.
Jung Young Lee.
Looking for some custom podcast artwork to brand your show? Hire a freelance designer on Dribbble to bring your vision to life, so you can focus on podcasting while they set your show up for success.
If you haven’t already, check out Dribbble’s very own design podcast, Overtime, where we chat with creatives to go behind the scenes of their work! For a roundup of other design themed podcasts to inspire you, check out our list of 10 podcasts for every kind of designer.
Find more Inspiration stories on our blog Courtside.
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