I loved working with Uma. The design she produced was wonderful. I had no real vision in mind and she read me well. It did take longer than I had anticipated but both of us had some life challenges to deal with and the end product was worth the wait. I feel like I have a new friend that I would be really happy to work with if there is need in the future.
- Brands by Sam
Excellent work as always.
Amazing designer to work with! I use Maciev for all our company projects.
- Ted C
I cannot express how happy I am to have found the most amazing designer. Kuikie has done an amazing job creating the perfect logo for my beauty centre. This designer recognised exactly what was needed conceptually, and fulfilled the work in a really professional and timely manner. I saw many other works throughout this contest, many of them were quite good, so the choice was not easy. And to be honest, I am not an easy client either. And still, the version Kuikie submitted initially, was standing out of every other one. I was not sure about the colours (please note, mine is a multi-colour logo, which is quite a challenge for every designer I guess), so being a very pretentious person in general, I made Kuikie change the colours at least 15 times. And I have to admit, some of my colour combinations would have been horrible if Kuikie had not managed to balance my demands with his impeccable taste. And it was all done in such a positive manner, I am truly impressed! I am endlessly thankful to Kuikie and wish him a great success!
Merryjane has put willing the extra work to give me entire satisfaction. Thanks for great artwork
How jlykurguswade started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We teach Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT), so part of our audience is the same as:
Our target audience is the new generation of rebels who no longer accept the status quo - even the conditioning of their own minds. Same audience as Apple and Dharma Punx (http://www.dharmapunx.com/) - not so much age as MINDSET.
Those that will challenge societal norms with the intention of increasing personal & community well-being - even if initially this involves uncertainty.
Those who wish to lean into and harness fear...
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
What's important is to find some way of evoking strength - through> adversity (of course guided by virtue). Compassion - the wish&actions taken to reduce the suffering of others, if effectively brought to bear - does not result in misgivings, or fear, or "compassion fatigue," or stress, but instead produces personal well-being & empowerment.
Also - don't want the logo to appear too CROWDED - with Living Heart+Mind - so options with LHM are welcome.