Great co-operation and communication.
Absolutely excellent communication, fast revisions, always friendly
Ay` made a stunning design and communicated swift and clear.I really liked her communication skills and prompt changes.
- marc 7b
- Daria Design
Excellent to work with. A positive experience for me with this designer and with 99designs. Her attention to detail was stellar and her willingness to make a logo that worked for us surpassed all. I will definitely reach out to DaDa Design again.
How THinc Green started their logo design journey
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We build customized science curriculum from the classroom to the boardroom. We make science sexy with conservation in mind so that the next generation will habitually make decisions that benefit their bottom line and the planet. From private schools to public school districts, non-profit science centers to the Suits, our science lessons engage, educate, and inspire. We're striving to institutionalize a habit so before they act, they THinc Green. We can develop a year-long science curriculum or individual lesson plans. We can also convince investors of the need to make a "green" decisions or communicate a business's green efforts to their clientele.
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While we're an educational and conservation business, we understand how loudly money speaks. This needs to appeal to the business savvy, not just the hippies and the treehuggers. "THinc Green" stems from "Tucker Hirsch" the founder. By putting "Inc" and "green" both in the name of the business, we're demonstrating our understanding that conservation and business can go hand-in-hand. Also, our education is fun and interactive. It's not boring power points or lectures or text books. It's hands-on education that makes learning fun for any age. The topics focus on the earth sciences: marine science, climate change, earth systems like watersheds and photosynthesis. Finally, two "logos" that I enjoy and feel speak loudly are Ocean Conservancy's logo and the image on the book "American Earth". Please don't feel constrained by these, however.