I need a logo

This is a thought that came to me a week or so ago. I was watching a video at viddler or reading a blog or who-knows-what-I-was-working-on when I had, what you could call, a lightbulb moment.

me: Self

_me_: Yea, what’s up?

me: We need a logo

_me_: You know, I think you might have something there. Good job!

And yes, as a matter of fact I do congratulate myself on jobs well done. You should too, but that’s for another post.

After giving this some more thought, I’ve come to the realization that the best I could do would be a wacky mix of the letter ‘d’ and the letter ‘b’. I don’t think that would be very representative of ‘my brand’ tho.

Then I thought “hey, I know! I’ll ask Josh. He can fire up MS Paint at work at whip up a cool .bmp for me to use”. Cool to be sure, and completely hilarious for Josh, but again, probably not what I’m looking for.

Maybe one of those cool cartoon heads that everyone is doing? Get someone to make one for me, little steam rays coming off my head, glasses, the whole bit?

A cool shape? Like the Nike swoosh, maybe in 8bit?

I don’t know. At least not yet. I’m sure it will come to me soon.

Go ahead and leave you funny suggestions below. Who knows, maybe I’ll pick your idea.

Published by Don

Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

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