I really liked fakhriSign designs. He was quick to respond. A few times I had trouble understanding his responses, but we got it resolved and he gave several logos for the money. I would work with him again when needed :)
Extremely quick responses, easy to work with. All the correct files sent. Thank you.
How DutchOpa started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Bert Rinkel, or just the BR with the R attached backwards to the B.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
For now, I want to use it for my blog about: "National debt is no big deal, or is it?" you can find it on: http://www.fivecultureslater.org My target audience consists of those who, with me, want to see / help find the answer or the insights, besides the economists who are often so narrow in their issue at hand. Economists are understandably focussed on specifics, while I want to see the big picture.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We were ready to return to California from the Czech Republic, the fifth culture I lived in. My wife went back in March 2009 to look for a house. She got quite an education! “Short sale” was a new term for us. We had to re-learn what the American culture is like. President Clinton’s: “…it’s the economy, stupid”, led me to the research that resulted in Five Cultures Later, writing about the American national debt and comparing it to other cultures.
The name RINKEL is a Dutch name and in our weapon we have a bell depicting the "rinkeling" of a bell. Also can you include the letters BR in it, in such a way that the R is backwards attached to the B. Maybe the moving bell is too noisy, but you can make the suggestions about that.