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Kids Like Us Productions was an Australian children's independent television production company founded by Helena Harris and Posie-Graeme Evans, who are best known for producing Hi-5.
The first logo consists of the two objects (one orange with purple eyes and a mouth while the other vice versa) leap into each other and eventually resulting in two teardrop shaped faces with "Kids Like Us" shown below in a black Hobo font. The music and sounds are a rising synthesized chord with laughing sounds as recorded by the Australian people. The first Hi-5 episode to use this logo was "Physical" on April 12, 1999. This logo was designed and animated by Fudge Puppy Productions.
In 2006 to coincide with Hi-5's eighth series premiere, the logo became 3D and a little bit glossier. This logo looks like this, we see the brighter and glossier teardrop faces jump on a trampoline like object and form the logo and the final logo consists the company name and the URL below. The music and sounds are laughing (as re-recorded by the Australian children) and bouncing sounds followed by a re-arranged version of the chord from the previous logo as laughing sounds played twice. This logo was designed and animated by ZSpace. Following the departure of Tim Harding due to a motorcycle accident, Kids Like Us was absorbed into the Southern Star Group in 2008.