I recently ran a contest to build a new landing page for my headhunting business.
I had interest from a lot of designers and some interesting concepts but one really stood out and it was from this designer.
Always courteous and responsive, any changes I requested were immediately acknowledged, understood and implemented.
The whole process was done in a couple of days.
Happy to recommend this designer.
Executive Headhunters Ltd
Superb cover and was easy to work with! I would work with them again!
T.J. Rogers's use of retro science fiction in this cover was a bit hit, with lots of colour co-ordination along a green-blue theme. The alien positioned in front of the time tunnel machine was designed to look weird, eye-catching, and irresistible. The cool, sleek title jived in well with a futuristic, modern theme for this book.
How thehaslettgaileys started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
Bad Writers Society
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Write creative stories for a wide range of readers.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
A book cover. The title is "The Coming of the Storm". I envision the cover filled with dark, threatening storm clouds, and lightning bolts streaking across the blackness. The book's title would emerge from the towering, roiling clouds; the letters getting larger and closer until the bold word STORM appears across the page. Instead of an O, there's a demonic red eye with a small black pupil looking right at the reader. Creatures that appear in the book include a dragon-like raptor with wings and many tails; and a serpent ("The" Serpent, if you will). While not absolutely necessary, if placed somewhere, their image should be subtle, as if they were something on the horizon.
I will want to use at least a portion of the design (probably the part with the red demonic eye) items like page markers.