Great job from Mr Wolf. A very well balanced design: clear, easy to read, and efficient !
Mjesecnica - was always quick to reply to my questions and requests for changes, and I made many, so I was worried if it wold drive the designer mad to do so. But he was great to make adjustments and changes and I really enjoyed his comments and suggestions. Highly Recommended!!!
- Ravastra Design Studio
Absolutely brilliant work - always helping out quickly and doing a great job
AleMiglio did many edits, early and often, right to the very end with no complaints! He was highly attentive and did a wonderful job. We will certainly work with him again.
Liana is a beautiful designer who goes above and beyond to satisfy her clients. I will definitely use her again. Hire her -- it will be the best business decision you make.
- Matra creative
The minute I saw the design, I was in love with it. There was already no way the design would not win. We have a photoshop genius right here!
The only point of improvement for me was the communication. Sometimes I would ask for a change and he/she would change something different, which made the process take a bit longer.
All in all I am really satisfied!
How rackner started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We help physicians achieve the personal, professional and financial goals that attracted them to a career in medicine
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I want a book cover that POPS. My book the Myth of the Rich Doctor is for physician readers who want to learn more about doctors and their relationship with money. It also offers ideas about how physicians can optimize their financial health.
The Myth of the Rich Doctor
“Doctor, what is the state of your financial health?”
[Reading line] A candid conversation about a taboo topic from one doctor to another
Vicki Rackner, MD
There will be lots of words on the front cover, and I don't want the same ol' boring visual metaphors, I'm seeing a typographical cover.