a very patient, creative and fast performing designer. Our order was not easy to implement, we had the highest standards. At the end, rugbyjerseys were able to prevail, by a long way to the competition. The communication is also at a high professional level, it is fun to work with him and to see how he breathes life into an idea with his designs. We hope for a long-term cooperation at the same high level and can recommend rugbyjerseys without complaint!
Very responsive, high quality work. Astract is my go-to firm for design work.
It is the 2nd time I have worked with Erik and he did again an amazing job. Very reliable, fast responding and good communication.
Graphica did an outstanding job incorporating our feedback to create a beautiful design for our new company. We are very pleased with her work and enthusiastically recommend her.
GeanArts was responsive to all my design tweeks and very fast on the final design. He was outstanding to work with, and everyone loves my new logo.
- marcy d
How GerryGar started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
aprender de grandes
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am starting a podcast/blog/website about how we can learn throughout our lives (and not just when we are children) and how we can learn from people we admire (¨aprender de grandes¨ in Spanish has those two meanings: ¨learn when we are grown-ups¨ and ¨learn from people we admire¨). Target audience: Spanish speaking people, ages 18-120, interested in learning, exploring, developing new capabilities.
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:
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Reds: Energy, action, passion and love.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Although the two meanings of ¨aprender de grandes¨ will not be spelled out in the logo, it might be interesting (but not required) to explore a graphical interpretation of this double-meaning.