In this episode, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Andrew Bergeron, founder of Visual Rhythm. Bergeron explains the effort and investment it takes to create memorable logos. He also shares tips on how to avoid designing forgettable logos. We also learn the history of the Nike Swoosh logo created by Carolyn Davidson in 1971.
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Plugins Picked By Marcus:
WaveSurfer-WP by Raymond Radet from France, replaces the default WordPress audio player with one that displays audio waveforms. It displays a mix of different audio channels for podcasts, radio, e-learning, and music or all channels simultaneously for audio tutorials, sound-packs, product demos, etc. which is its main purpose.
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