Catherine delivered a brilliant design, nailed the brief, responded quicky and well to feedback, alterations and changes. Am very pleased with her work!
- Ari - Plyland
Ari was very professional and efficient. He was able to encapsulate my thoughts and limited ideas into a design that I was very satisfied with. He is a very good designer and I would use him again.
Very talented artist. Always gives a quick response and is easy to work with.
Thank you for all of your work and vision for our design.
- Mouser Studios®
Mouser Studios took both the brand etymology and core product lines and aligned them aesthetically within the requested logo. He was quick to respond and would always communicate his thought process (and next steps) very clearly. Was a pleasure working alongside him in this creative project.
JasAngel was spot on with the brief requirements and our vision of what we wanted as a finished product for the brand. She consistently gave lots of design ideas and always had the heart of the brief in mind always. Always very fast and responsive with messaging and willing to go that extra mile to satisfy when we were being fussy! She provided us with multiple top quality mock up examples of the different versions she had submitted, when we asked she always listened and responded accordingly. Great, experienced and a high quality designer. Highly recommended.
How cbibilos started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
At GMAT Ninja we are a bunch of incredibly nice tutors who don't take ourselves too seriously. We offer private tutoring for the GMAT and GRE, which are exams taken by students looking to go to Graduate school. The target audience is 25-35yr old aspiring students looking to hire a tutor.
The designs we are drawn too have the following elements:
- a Ninja in motion
- a Ninja that looks geeky - nerdy - friendly & smart
- a Ninja that is incorporated into the phrase GMAT Ninja (this is not mandatory)
- would like to see designs with the Ninja wearing glasses
- instead of a weapon like a sword; use a pencil
- play around with fonts & colors
Feel free to submit multiple designs that are different in nature. We will have more work for you in the future.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
it's a friendly logo. i also like the shadow/depth
it's creatively integrated with the the brand name
captures the eye. consistency with the tail of the lizard and the letter Y