She was incredible! Incredibly responsive and she produced very high quality work. She went above and beyond and really helped create a design that I fell in love with. She spent the time to create an icon that really resonated with my brand. Highly recommended!!!
- Reygie Selma
Very communicative and open to feedback!! Reygie Selma even went above and beyond to create a new font for this contest, which blew my hair back. High quality graphics and smooth attention to detail...a definite three tusks up ;)
- Paddock Mitchell
How SolomonRajput1 started their icon or button journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Diets Suck is a mobile app that helps people lose weight by building healthy eating habits, one habit at a time.
My app is geared towards people who have been trying to lose weight for a long time and who are fed up. They hate dieting because it's too hard and it never works. They are very busy and they want to lose weight in a way they can stick to.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need an app icon designed for my app. My app's name is "Diets Suck", and the name of the app is trying to give off a certain feeling. It's trying to be bold, in-your-face, tell-it-like-it-is. It's trying to be casual and fun, using a tone of voice that people can relate to.
I want the icon to give off a similar feeling. A lot of health apps have icons that don't give off much of a feeling. The name of my app gets people intrigued right off the bat. It's also a message that they can resonate with-- everyone hates diets and think that they suck. I want the icon to come in line with that feeling.
When designing the icon, please remember that it needs to look good as a small icon on your phone and on the app store. You can feel free to use the name of the app as part of the logo, but you absolutely don't have to.